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South Sudan: A Civil War by Any Other Name,  Africa Report N°217   |  10 Apr 2014

Refocusing international engagement as well as the peace negotiations is essential to stop South Sudan’s raging civil war from claiming ever more lives.

Guinea-Bissau: Elections, But Then What?,  Africa Briefing N°98   |  8 Apr 2014

Guinea-Bissau’s elections are an important first step, but to address its economic and political fragility, the country needs strong international help, as well as political and military will for reform.

Curbing Violence in Nigeria (II): The Boko Haram Insurgency,  Africa Report N°216   |  3 Apr 2014

In an environment of poverty, injustice and lack of political will for reform, Boko Haram is increasingly putting local and regional stability at risk.

The Security Challenges of Pastoralism in Central Africa,  Africa Report N°215   |  1 Apr 2014

Sensible, inclusive regulation of pastoralism that has mitigated tension in parts of the Sahel should be extended to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Central African Republic (CAR), where conflicts have worsened with the southward expansion of pastoralism.

The Next Round in Gaza,  Middle East Report N°149   |  25 Mar 2014

With Hamas’s fortunes on the decline and Gaza suffering its worst isolation and economic constriction in years, it is only a matter of time until a flare-up with Israel escalates into a major conflagration – unless the two reach a modest understanding to extend a fragile quiet.

Divided Cyprus: Coming to Terms on an Imperfect Reality,  Europe Report N°229   |  14 Mar 2014

To avoid another failed effort at federal reunification in the new round of Cyprus negotiations, all sides should break old taboos and discuss all possible options, including independence for Turkish Cypriots within the European Union. Ελληνικά   Türkçe

Left in the Cold? The ELN and Colombia’s Peace Talks,  Latin America Report N°51   |  26 Feb 2014

Bringing the National Liberation Army (ELN) into the current round of negotiations is vital for durable peace.

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Fields of Bitterness (II): Restitution and Reconciliation in Burundi,  Africa Report N°214   |  17 Feb 2014

To avoid a revival of past ethnic tensions between Hutu and Tutsi, Burundi needs to find the right balance between land restitution and national reconciliation. 

Fields of Bitterness (I): Land Reform in Burundi,  Africa Report N°213   |  12 Feb 2014

Unless the government revives land governance reform in Burundi, long-term peacebuilding efforts will remain compromised.

Too Far, Too Fast: Sochi, Tourism and Conflict in the Caucasus,  Europe Report N°228   |  30 Jan 2014

The recent bombings in the south of Russia could prove a precursor to more violence and instability in the Caucasus if Moscow does not abandon repression for political dialogue. русский
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