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Podcast / Europe & Central Asia

No End in Sight in Ukraine?

This week on Hold Your Fire!, Richard Atwood speaks with Olga Oliker, Crisis Group’s Europe-Central Asia director, about the war in Ukraine, what the winter months might hold, prospects for diplomacy and NATO policy. 

Q&A / Africa

MINUSMA at a Crossroads

The UK, Côte d’Ivoire and other nations plan to pull their troops out of the UN peacekeeping mission in Mali, clouding its future as it undergoes internal review. In this Q&A, Crisis Group experts discuss the mission’s challenges and scenarios for what could come next.

Las frágiles pero cruciales relaciones entre Venezuela y Colombia desde 2019: Una cronología

Tras tres años de conflicto diplomático entre Colombia y Venezuela, Bogotá y Caracas están retomando las relaciones. Empezando en 2019, esta cronología presenta los acontecimientos que llevaron a esta disputa y los pasos más importantes tomados hacía el restauramiento de los vínculos entre ambos paises.

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Haiti Needs Help

Foreign Troops Might Be the Least Bad Option

¿Lazos incondicionales? Restaurar las relaciones entre Venezuela y Colombia

Bogotá y Caracas están otra vez en buenos términos después de un período de disputas. Sus intereses pueden no estar siempre alineados en los años que vengan, pero con diplomacia hábil y ayuda de los vecinos, los dos países pueden reparar sus vínculos para beneficio mutuo.

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Podcast / Africa

The Boiling Regional Crisis in Eastern Congo

This week on The Horn, Alan Boswell is joined by Crisis Group consultant Richard Moncrieff to discuss recent developments in the conflict in the eastern DR Congo, tensions between Kinshasa and Kigali as well as regional and international efforts to address the crisis.

Statement / Africa

Regional Powers Should Drive Diplomacy in DR Congo as M23 Surrounds Goma

Fighting has intensified in North Kivu, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, with M23 rebels now partially encircling the major city Goma. Regional leaders, particularly Kenya, should press hard for a halt to the insurgent advances and urge Kinshasa and Kigali to reduce tensions.

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