Crisis Group’s Program Director for Europe and Central Asia, Olga Oliker, speaks about the current situation in Ukraine, why it's more dangerous now than when Russia invaded in February and what can be done to de-escalate it.
What does preventing conflict actually look like? In our new video series, Crisis Group's analysts recall their experiences and how their work warned about or helped to prevent crises.
In this short interview, Crisis Group's Myanmar expert Richard Horsey assesses the situation in Myanmar one year after the military coup, and what the future may hold.
In this short interview, Crisis Group's ECA Director Olga Oliker explains why she thinks Russia's building up of forces near Ukraine may not be a bluff, but rather the result of Moscow misunderstanding of Ukraine.
This Crisis Group documentary gives voice to those coping with a state nearing collapse. It shows why today's interlocking crises are so much deeper and more dangerous than many others that have plagued Lebanon over nearly half a century of deadly conflicts.
This video summarises Crisis Group's flagship annual publication “10 Conflicts to Watch in 2022”.
Here at Crisis Group we believe that deadly conflicts are preventable and resolvable. With your help we can end the suffering and save lives.
An introductory video on Crisis Group's work on climate, carried out as part of our Future of Conflict Program.
Bram Ebus, Crisis Group consultant for the Andes, investigates how deforestation in Colombia is often linked to conflict.