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Solve Kashmir First
OSI-New York
June 30, 2010
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Basharat Peer, Pankaj Mishra, and other distinguished panelists discuss the origins of the Kashmir crisis and its hidden role in other regional conflicts.
Who Sold These Weapons? The Accomplice Liability of Arms Vendors for International Crimes
OSI-New York
May 24, 2010
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James Stewart, an Open Society Fellow and former war prosecutor, explores the implications of attempts to prosecute businessmen who supply weapons to notoriously brutal regimes.
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That Someone Guilty Be Punished: The Impact of the ICTY in Bosnia
July 2010
This book examines the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in Bosnia and includes lessons to improve future efforts to provide justice for survivors of atrocious crimes.
Treatment, Not Punishment
Alexandra Kirby
July 13, 2010
 BLOG  
While many countries use UN World Drug Day as an occasion to persecute--and even execute--drug users, some organizations took the opportunity to emphasize the need for honest debate about drugs and for policies which seek to treat, not punish.
Newsletters
Several OSI initiatives distribute email newsletters on a range of issues related to program activities around the world.
Soros Foundations Network 2008 Annual Report
This report highlights Open Society Institute activities and achievements, with a special focus on work to address discrimination against minorities in a variety of countries.
Open Society Stories 2009
This brochure highlights recent Open Society Institute activities, including supporting public health reform, advocating for fair distribution of natural resource riches, and improving the lives of Roma, immigrants, Muslims, and the developmentally disabled.
Moving Walls 17
 INTERACTIVE
The documentary photographs in this OSI exhibition show how power can be used as an impediment to transparency, a mechanism for social control, and a tool for oppression, while also acknowledging the strength and defiance of people who suffer as a result.
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