BROOMFIELD, Colo.— In a world in which the unpredictability and insecurity of fragile states have become the norm, a new report by OEF Research, a program of OEF, provides a rare look at how the private sector conducts its affairs in the three fragile jurisdictions of Somaliland, South Sudan, and Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Read more.
OEF Research News
In a new report, OEF Research's Dr. Victor Odundo Owuor provides a look at how the private sector continues to function in fragile states.
OEF's latest Annual Report looks back on the accomplishments of its various programs in 2016 and looks ahead to what it hopes to achieve in the coming year.
OEF Research and the University of San Diego's Kroc School of Peace Studies co-hosted California Consensus (CalCon) - Peace through Technology. The 3-day event examined how the intersection between social science and technology can be a powerful tool in preventing and reducing conflict and sustaining peaceful societies.
A new study on life expectancy predicts that people will be living even longer in some countries. OEF Research's Fellow on Evolution and Governance weighed in on some implications of longer lifespans, based on his previous study.
This fact sheet gives an overview of the U.S. refugee admittance process and the current research on the threat posed to U.S. national security by refugees.
This blog post from OEF Research examines whether natural disasters give international actors opportunity to promote long-term peace or inevitably prolong conflict.
OEF Research's CoupCast forecasting model uses historical data and machine learning to predict the likelihood of a coup attempt occurring in any country on a month to month basis.
OEF Research has launched its "Intersections" initiative: a multimedia ourtreach effort that shows how non-state actors like businesses and NGOs are using innovative approaches to make sustainable peace more possible than ever.