Category Archives: Emily Sample

Tajikistan: “A Tightly Controlled Environment”

BY EMILY SAMPLE Tajikistan is the smallest and poorest country in the central Asian region and is almost completely enveloped within the Pamir mountain range. In 2020, Tajikistan’s indicator rankings held mostly steady across the board. Despite this seeming lack of change, these scores reflect a resilience to the potential downward spiral that was possible […]

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Fragile States Index 2021 – Annual Report

BY NATALIE FIERTZ, NATE HAKEN, PATRICIA TAFT, EMILY SAMPLE, WENDY WILSON, SARAH COCKEY, DANIEL WOODBURN, ANNE-ELÉONORE DELEERSYNDER, ADÈLE DIOP, DANIELLE BATTERMAN, KATELIN REGER, KATHLEEN SMITH, NATOSHA HODUSKI, OLIVIA KRAMER The Fragile States Index, produced by The Fund for Peace, is a critical tool in highlighting not only the normal pressures that all states experience, but […]

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Your support on #GivingTuesday can help stop a conflict before it starts. FFP addresses global fragility by building early warning systems that identify conflict and encourage multistakeholder dialogue in order to prevent its escalation and foster sustainable peace. (1/3)

Join us on December 7th to hear @dartmouth Chair of the Department of Government Dr. Benjamin Valentino discuss the #StateResilienceIndex with a panel of experts. Register here👉 https://t.co/KDjvRSr2JB

FFP is excited to announce Dr. Maleeka Glover, Interim Director at @WCAPS, as a panelist for the December 7 launch of the #StateResilienceIndex. Register now: https://t.co/5tlg6MbkLv

In the new episode of AfP's podcast, join host @tanyadomi, Dr. Valerie Hudson of @TAMU & @victor_madrigal, UN Independent Expert on SOGI, for a discussion on the crackdown on women/LGBTQ+ communities & the importance of their inclusion in peace & security

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On the #StateResilienceIndex, #Sweden tied for second out of 154 countries, performing well across all pillars of #resilience. Kristen Weis evaluates these #SRI scores to identify the country’s hidden vulnerabilities and areas for improvement.

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