Ringing the alarm bell has been at the core of Crisis Group’s mission since its inception in 1995. We have called for action to prevent deadly violence, mass atrocities and political destabilisation. Through a range of tools and publications – including our monthly CrisisWatch conflict tracker – and targeted engagement at the local, regional and global levels, we strive to alert the policy community on upcoming risks and potential opportunities for conflict resolution in some 70 conflicts, crises and vulnerable countries.
Renewed fighting between a federal-Amhara-Eritrea coalition and Tigray’s forces has shattered a tenuous months-long truce. The reversal heralds a return to one of the world’s deadliest conflicts. International envoys should keep pressing the Ethiopian parties to renew the truce and begin formal direct negotiations.
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Israel's alliance with Morocco could mean that in the long-term Rabat becomes militarily superior to Algiers and dominant in the region.
[Somalia’s election impasse] comes down to unresolved internal political tensions, but also a lack of preparation and political will.
The question is whether [the insurgency in northern Mozambique] can be nipped in the bud at this juncture without spreading further.
We are a step away from a large-scale war (between Armenia and Azerbaijan).
The history in Colombia is when you start a wave of violence it accelerates and it’s very hard to stop.
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