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War – good for education!? Findings and discussion of the Human Security Report 2012

By Milena Rottok for the FriEnt Working Group on Peace and Development

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Is Wartime Rape Declining On a Global Scale? We Don’t Know — And It Doesn’t Matter

Guest post by Amelia Hoover Green, Dara Kay Cohen, and Elisabeth Jean Wood for Political Violence @ a Glance

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Keeping the focus on responding to victims: A response to the HSR 2012

By Samantha Lakin for the World Peace Foundation

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Wartime Sexual Violence: Misconceptions, Implications, and Ways Forward

By Dara Kay Cohen, Amelia Hoover Green and Elisabeth Jean Wood published by the United States Institute of Peace (USIP)

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The Big Kill

By John Arquilla for Foreign Policy

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Sexual Violence on the Decline?

By Ragnhild Nordas, Senior Researcher, PRIO, for the PRIO Gender, Peace and Security Update Issue 4 (2012) 

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Rape in Congo is not a myth

By Iain Guest for The Guardian (UK)

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Global Trends in Conflict-Related Sexual Violence. A Response to Green, Cohen, and Wood

By Andrew Mack of the Human Security Report Project for the Duck of Minerva

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Statistics about global violence manipulate politics

By Carlos Miranda for The Triangle

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What’s Wrong with the Human Security Report and the “Global Decline Claim”

Guest post by Amelia Hoover Green (Drexel University), Dara Kay Cohen (Harvard Kennedy School) and Elisabeth Jean Wood (Yale University) for the Duck of Minerva

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‘Irresponsible report’ making headlines

By Madeleine for Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

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Realities of rape in war

From the blog ‘Texas in Africa’