Cassandra Stimpson

Cassandra Stimpson

Cassandra Stimpson (The United States) is a former humanitarian worker studying the aid-security nexus. After completing an undergraduate degree at New York City’s Pace University, she worked briefly in disarmament. She then spent three years fundraising in the US, and two years working on community livelihoods and water programs in Uganda. Cassandra’s current research interests include development, disarmament, and strategic diplomacy.

The Demise of the International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG): An experiment in Central American Accountability
Guatemalans have welcomed the anti-impunity commission that works to combat high level corruption and abuses, but after over a decade
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Colombia’s Tenuous Peace
“Colombia’s 2016 Peace Deal with the FARC helped to lessen violence. However, without increased development efforts in rural areas, the
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