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Denver Dialogues

Denver Dialogues is an online exchange among scholars and policymakers on violence and its alternatives in global politics. In a weekly discussion on Political Violence @ a Glance, our community of academics and practitioners aim to recast outmoded understandings of conflict and violence and come to terms with recent trends, how they interact, and what they suggest for policy.

Denver Dialogues is hosted by faculty in the Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. It is supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and is part of a larger program at the Sié Center focused on changing trends in conflict and violence, with a particular focus on the impact non-state actors and their non-violent actions have on the course of conflict. Built on the assumption that scholarship is critical to informing policy and vice versa, each aspect of the Sié Center project—including the Denver Dialogues discussions here—is aimed at improving the transfer of research and expertise among academia and governmental and non-governmental policy actors.

Join the dialogue. We welcome you to send comments to Denver.Dialogues@du.edu.


 

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  1. Denver Dialogues: Encouraging Conversation Among Academics and Policymakers | Political Violence @ a Glance
  2. Develop Non-Military Options to Empower Communities Against Violent Extremism and Its Drivers | Political Violence @ a Glance
  3. Nonviolent Mobilization Against State Impunity through Forensic Anthropology | Political Violence @ a Glance
  4. The Power of Die-in Protests | Political Violence @ a Glance
  5. Want to Eradicate Poverty in the 21st Century? Pursue Peace | Political Violence @ a Glance
  6. Virtual Vigilantes: “Anonymous” Cyber-Attacks Against the Islamic State | Political Violence @ a Glance
  7. Practical Compassion in the Age of Crisis | Political Violence @ a Glance
  8. Interview: A Local Peacebuilder’s Take on the FARC Peace Talks | Political Violence @ a Glance
  9. Of Methodology and Men | Political Violence @ a Glance
  10. Bridging the Metonymic Gap: In Practice Rather Than in Parlance | Political Violence @ a Glance
  11. Combating Corruption and Violence: A Struggle for Accountability on Two Fronts | Political Violence @ a Glance
  12. Autonomous Security Provision in Peru | Understanding Latin America
  13. From Protection to Predation Part I: When Self-Defense Forces “Go Bad” | Political Violence @ a Glance
  14. Relevant for Whom? The Multiplicity of Policy Audiences | Political Violence @ a Glance
  15. Is Bombing a Civilian Airliner a Game-Changer for the Islamic State? | Political Violence @ a Glance
  16. Despite the Paris Attacks, Europe’s Refugee Crisis is an Opportunity to Confront the Past | Political Violence @ a Glance
  17. Does Emergency Food Assistance Prolong Conflict? | Political Violence @ a Glance
  18. Academics are Policy Troubleshooters | Political Violence @ a Glance
  19. Mapping the Network Effects of a Militarized Policy in Mexico | Political Violence @ a Glance
  20. A Woman Did That? Thoughts on Women Perpetrators of Violence | Political Violence @ a Glance
  21. Why the Islamic State is so Bad at Being a State | Political Violence @ a Glance
  22. FedEx and the “Ghost Gunner” | Political Violence @ a Glance
  23. A Role for the Warrior-Scholar? | Political Violence @ a Glance
  24. The Migration-Gender-Insecurity Nexus | Political Violence @ a Glance
  25. Seeing Flight as a Non-violent Option: One Way to Change the Discourse about the World’s 60 Million Refugees | Political Violence @ a Glance
  26. Seeing Flight as a Non-violent Option |
  27. Seeing Flight as a Non-violent Option - #Enough
  28. Interpreting the Migration Crisis: A Symposium | Political Violence @ a Glance
  29. Seeing Flight as a Non-violent Option: One Way to Change the Discourse about the World’s 60 Million Refugees - The Raven Foundation
  30. Fellowship of Reconciliation: One Way to Change the Discourse about the World’s 60 Million Refugees - Gandhi's Be Magazine
  31. Fashioning a Response to Terror: Action versus Overreaction | Political Violence @ a Glance
  32. How Building Knowledge is Political and Social – Or, Why Research Transparency is Not Our Problem | Political Violence @ a Glance
  33. Seeing Flight as a Non-violent Option: One Way to Change the Discourse about the World’s 60 Million Refugees | VCNV
  34. Why Engagement Can’t Wait—Walt on Tenure and Bridging the Gap | Political Violence @ a Glance
  35. Modeling Piracy: A Bridge between the Academic and Policy Communities | Political Violence @ a Glance
  36. Assessing Homegrown Terror: Threats versus (Mis)Perceptions | Political Violence @ a Glance
  37. Ukraine: Cold Peace, Rising Tensions, and Multilateral Mediation | Political Violence @ a Glance
  38. Send in the Clowns: Opposing Anti-Migrant Citizen Patrols in Finland | Political Violence @ a Glance
  39. Beyond ‘Methodological Nationalism’ in Global Security Studies | Political Violence @ a Glance
  40. The “Politics of Naming” and the Genocide Debate | Political Violence @ a Glance
  41. The Underpinnings of Rebel Governance in the Eastern DRC | Political Violence @ a Glance

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