CSIPS researchers are involved in cutting edge research on issues related to international peace and security. Much of our work takes place behind the scenes and is of a confidential nature. However, indicative in-house research experience includes:

  • Constitutional questions in Egypt and Tunisia
  • Formally advising a political party in Northern Cyprus on legal and political obstacles to independence
  • Establishing the rule of law in post-conflict states
  • Habitat and housing in occupied territories
  • Anti-corruption efforts in North African states
  • The status of ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
  • Practical solutions to the Israel-Palestine conflict
  • Methods of UN Security Council maintenance of international peace and security

CSIPS staff and colleagues are available for legal and political consulting, as well as the creation of bespoke knowledge products such as country reports, market research, and analysis.

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