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Early Warning Systems in Minority Conflicts: A Framework for Developing Regional Responses

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2011
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Based on the background paper and the discussions from the 7th Asia Europe Roundtable workshop, Early Warning Systems in Minority Conflicts: A Framework for Developing Regional Responses studies the manner by which minority conflicts are prevented and contained through early warning systems. By analysing the gaps within the current mechanisms, it presents a framework by which regional early warning structures and responses can be better integrated and enhanced.

The publication was launched by the organisers – the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and, the Singapore Institute of International Affairs – on 10 February 2011, at a special briefing in Brussels.

This briefing was organised with the support of the Europe-Asia Policy Forum and funding from the European Commission.

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