The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Our Mission

Our Mission
At S-CAR, faculty and students are committed to the development of theory, research, and practice that interrupt cycles of violence.  S-CAR is a Commonwealth Center for Excellence, recognized for its leadership in the field and its world-renowned faculty.
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June 10, 2015 
This text focuses on Serb-Albanian relations in Kosovo in the aftermath of the February 2008 declaration of independence. It examines encounters between Serbs and Albanians taking...
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June 09, 2015 
The article begins with a description of the deportation of Crimean Tatars. It provides a brief review of the Nazi Occupation of Crimea, examines the negative images of Crimean Tatars...
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July 06, 2015  
Just this past weekend of July 4, US-led coalition aircraft targeted the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa in Syria. It was one of the “largest deliberate engagements to date,” said ...
Article: The Conversation
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June 30, 2015  
Sir, The US and its Nato and EU allies can respond to Russia over the Ukraine crisis in at least two diametrically opposed ways: a zero-sum confrontational or a positive-sum collaborati...
Article: Financial Times
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June 29, 2015  
In recent years I have worked deeply on quiet conflict management interventions from Afghanistan to Iran, but mostly in Syria. I have watched the unnecessary slaughter of hundreds of th...
Article: Marc Gopin
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