A wave of violence has gripped Israel, stirring questions of a Third Intifada. In this interview with Moment Magazine, Crisis Group's Senior Analyst for Israel/Palestine Ofer Zalzberg explains how the violence began and what can be done to quell it.
Originally published in Moment Magazine
In this interview with Japan’s Asahi Shimbun, Crisis Group President & CEO Jean-Marie Guéhenno takes a look at important political developments in 2015 – particularly the evolution of terrorist movements – and prospects for the year 2016. The interview first appeared on 11 December 2015 in the newspaper's print edition.
Originally published in Asahi Shimbun
Le Burkina Faso, où des soldats du Régiment de Sécurité Présidentielle (RSP) refusent toujours de désarmer malgré l'échec de leur coup d'Etat, doit, pour sortir durablement de la crise, "trouver sa voie médiane" entre besoins de "justice" et de "réconciliation", estime Cynthia Ohayon, experte de l'ONG International Crisis Group, basée à Dakar.
Originally published in AFP
Jean-Marie Guéhenno, President & CEO, comments on the possible risks of airstrikes against the Islamic State (IS) in Syria, explaining why putting an end to the civil war could help contain the terrorist threat and help solve the refugee crisis. This is an edited translation of an interview given to the French magazine L'Express.
Originally published in L’Express
This interview with Crisis Group's Senior Analyst for the Arabian Peninsula April Longley Alley first appeared in Jadaliyya.
Originally published in Jadaliyya
This interview with Crisis Group's Senior Iran Analyst Ali Vaez first appeared in Jadaliyya.
This interview with Crisis Group's Senior Analyst for Israel/Palestine Nathan Thrall first appeared in Jadaliyya.
We publiceren hier het interview tussen Jean-Marie Guéhenno, President & CEO van International Crisis Group, en journalist Addie Schulte, dat op 27 juni 2015 is verschenen in Het Parool.
Originally published in Het Parool
Originally published in Mediapart
In diesem Interview mit der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung erklärt Türkei-Analystin Nigar Göksel, was die kommenden Koalitionsverhandlungen in der Türkei prägen wird.
Originally published in Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung