Category Archives: Fragile States Index 2019

Africa’s Islands of Stability

BY J.J. MESSNER “Mauritius was made first and then heaven … and heaven was copied after Mauritius.” So said Mark Twain in 1896 at a time when the small Indian Ocean island nation was under British rule (after having previously changed hands from the Portuguese, to the Dutch, and then to the French). At a time […]

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The Caucasus Give Cause for Cautious Optimism

BY PATRICIA TAFT Straddling Europe and Asia, the South Caucasus has long been considered a region of strategic importance for past empires and modern-day superpowers. It is also a land where the echoes of the Cold War continue to play out decades after the collapse of the Former Soviet Union and the realignment of the […]

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#FSI2020 is well underway — the FFP team is reviewing the final #fragilestatesindex scores for the 16th edition at our Washington HQ.

[email protected]'s view of Uzbekistan as most improved nation in 2019 matches the #FragileStatesIndex assessment -- the #FSI2019 rated #Uzbekistan as the third-most improved country for the year. https://t.co/0HIa7EvP1p

For the first time, the #FragileStatesIndex Team has put together an “early warning” list of countries that we believe will be the ‘big movers’ for #FSI2020. https://t.co/yf6Q2Ydb0t

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