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02/12/2020
Indonesia’s Disappearing Coral Reefs

By understanding and addressing human-induced threats to the coral reefs, Indonesia can revitalize and sustain coastal economies.

02/05/2020
Rough Seas: The Causes And Consequences Of Fisheries Conflict In Somali Waters

Rough Seas: The Causes and Consequences of Fisheries Conflict in Somali Waters explores the frequency, intensity, and drivers of fisheries conflict in Somali waters between 1990 and 2018.

01/23/2020
Coastal maritime insecurity and political protest in Lebanon

Anti-government protests erupted across Lebanon in October 2019.

01/09/2020
Climate change in Nigeria

Climate change is a global crisis which will affect every country on earth, though some countries are going to feel its influence sooner than others. One of those such countries is Nigeria.

12/26/2019
International Elections and Leaders: December 2019 Update

Papua New Guinea concluded its Bougainville independence referendum on December 7. The United Kingdom will hold a parliamentary election on December 12. And Guinea-Bissau will hold a second-round presidential election on December 29.

12/26/2019
Threats Along the Sulu Sea: Exploring the Land-Sea Nexus

The recent series of kidnappings along the Sulu Sea raises concerns for the security forces in the region.

12/20/2019
Is Blockchain an Answer to Enterprise Development in Fragile States?

OEF Research examines how blockchain can be particularly useful to enterprises in fragile and conflict-affected states, helping them overcome their lack of 20th century legacy systems and allowing them to leapfrog into the 21st century.

12/09/2019
PRIVATE SECTOR PEACEBUILDING

A new report by OEF Research reviews a dozen case studies of business engagement in peacebuilding across a variety of private sector actors, strategies, and time.