Is the glass half full or half empty? Germany's tenure on the UN Security Council in review.
It takes more than just UN resolutions to protect women from the violence of war and involve them in peace-making, says Anja Papenfuss on...
Syria, Libya, the Mediterranean and now the Caucasus — Turkey is involved in many hot spots. Felix Schmidt explains why on ips-journal.eu
It has been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin wall. FES Korea explored the significance of the German reunification for the Korean peninsula.
Violence in the Sahel is increasing but stabilization efforts have so far focussed on military interventions. Read about why promoting civil-society...
The project Paz Glocal has been gathering the visions of peace as expressed by thousands of citizens from around the country. More on FES Connect.
More than 350 South Korean and international civil society organizations, including the Korea office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, have launched a...
Christian Klatt on the drivers of the military coup d'état in Mali and what it means for stability in the region. Read more on ips-journal.eu.
Domestic difficulties and degradation of the international contex will change the room for strategic maneuver for both countries.
Security Analyst Hafsa Maalim writes about the fissures and opportunities in the ongoing efforts to peace and security in the Horn of Africa region.
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