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Non-conventional armed violence and non-state actors: challenges for mediation and humanitarian action

Published:
12 June 2015
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Non-conventional armed violence and non-state actors: challenges for mediation and humanitarian action

This report by Ivan Briscoe (2013) identifies the principal trends in conflict and violence in non-conventional contexts and outlines which aspects of these developments are most relevant to the work of peacebuilding, mediation and humanitarian relief.

In particular, it focuses on novelties in the structure and objectives of non-state armed groups as a means to understand the difficulties posed by current and future engagement.

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