I have been largely out of the loop for a month or so to prep for my oral exams. Now that I have advanced to candidacy I am trying to catch up.
- Is there less malaria in Darfur today because of the genocide?
- Internally Displaced Persons: Case Studies of Nigeria’s Bomb Blast and the Yoruba-Hausa Ethnic Conflict in Lagos, Nigeria
- Blogger’s Roundtable with Capt. Lineberry of the US Navy’s Operation Continuing Promise 2009
- Afghanistan: First Acid, Now Gas Attacks Against Girls
- USNS Comfort: Winning Hearts and Minds in Haiti
- CSIS Launches Commission on Global Health and Smart Power
- The Weapons That Kill Civilians: Deaths of Children and Noncombatants in Iraq, 2003–2008
- Health and Conflict: A Review of the Links
- Humanitarian neutrality isn’t dead because it never existed
- Policy Brief: Private security contracting in humanitarian operations
Christopher R. Albon is a political science Ph.D. specializing in armed conflict, public health, human security, and health diplomacy.