Why a Spate of Diplomatic Deals Won’t End Conflict
Why Local Grievances Cannot Be Overlooked in Any Peace Process
لماذا لا ينبغي تجاهل المظالم المحلية في أي عملية سلام
Armenia and Azerbaijan are holding peace talks in Washington DC. It’s a critical moment for Nagorno-Karabakh
Mass indictments would sow suspicion in communities, overwhelm the legal system and sideline a vital workforce
After a relative lull following the end of the Cold War, violent conflicts have proliferated around the world since the turn of the century, and they generally proven to be more protracted than in the past. Among the biggest factors behind this disturbing trend is the rise of interventionist "middle powers."
Social networks and tech corporations have become significant actors in hybrid warfare, but much work is needed to determine how they can contribute to the broader efforts of preventing and resolving deadly conflicts.
How Regional Power Politics are Fueling Deadly Wars
Despite its increasing focus on external threats, the Philippine government can’t afford to take the Bangsamoro peace process for granted.
Now Is Not the Time to Create a Special Tribunal for Russia
A Regional Agreement Could Succeed Where Washington Failed
The United States and Europe get a few things wrong about global attitudes toward Russia’s war in Ukraine.
In defiance of prevailing patriarchal norms, young women are playing instrumental roles in the country’s “Spring Revolution.”
The barricades may be down for now, but long-term peace in northern Kosovo depends on a final agreement between Kosovo and Serbia.
Iran’s Transformational Season of Protest
Like It or Not, Donors Must Work With The Taliban on Economic Recovery.
From the Baltic Republics to Crimea, Washington has opposed forcible annexation—and the Golan Heights should be no exception.
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