Author: Jason Institute

By Taima Brown  Introduction While strolling through the inner city, a new reality sinks in: security cameras at every corner. Security cameras or CCTVs (closed-circuit television) watch our every step in the public space. Berlin (Germany) is even one of the most surveilled cities in Europe with 11.2 cameras per 1,000 inhabitants [1]. Tools...

On February 25th, the JASON Institute for Peace and Security Studies organized a Crash Course in Diplomatic Negotiation. The objective of this event was to get students and young professionals that are interested in topics such as diplomacy, mediation, and negotiation acquainted with the practice...

By Tim Driessen  Darfur, a region in the Western part of Sudan, has been in a state of emergency since 2003. The region comprises several groups, with the Fur, Masalit and Zaghawa as the largest groups. These tribes share their region as dars. A dar is the Arab word for “homeland,” and within the...

How drones and diplomacy caught Armenia on the back foot By Giles Longley Well, it’s never fun admitting when one was wrong, but I can take small solace in the fact that, unlike Prime Minister Pashinyan of Armenia, I don’t have to do so with protesters and...

By Nikita Pravilshchikov Russia is threatening to leave the Treaty of Open Skies, pressuring the Biden administration to rejoin the Treaty of Open Skies, left under President Trump. How feasible are those threats, and is the Biden Administration likely to restore multilateral security collaboration in Europe? A...