All Articles on Peace and Security

North Korea increases the pressure

Through targeted provocations, Pyongyang wants to strengthen its position and achieve a relaxation of sanctions. More on ips-journal.eu.


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The Americanisation of European foreign policy

The EU wants to create stability and peace outside Europe – by providing guns, ammunition and training. This strategy will fail


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25.05.2020

How to protect the Civilians in Darfur

Many civil society organisations in Sudan demand a stronger mandate for the future UN-Mission than the military and civilian government.


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12.05.2020

COVID 19 and organized crime: »Latin American governments are in a state-making competition with crime«

How has the worldwide pandemic transformed the criminal landscapes? Did Covid 19 change the game?


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28.04.2020

The United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: STOP or GO?

Jean-Jacques Konadje from the Ivory Coast is calling for an adjustment of the missions of UN peacekeepers.


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Afghanistan – Peace in the Time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has elevated the urgency for peace in Afghanistan to unprecedented levels, says Magdalena Kirchner on fes-asia.org


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'People of all countries want a world without nuclear weapons'

Austrian diplomat Alexander Kmentt in the ipg-journal on the outdated dogma of nuclear deterrence and other means of achieving security


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21.02.2020

New and more complex security challenges in the Horn of Africa

The EU should listen more carefully to citizens of the countries in the region as discussed on a high-ranking meeting on peace and security in the...


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20.02.2020

The Sahel: a market of violence at the doorstep of the European Union

What possible solutions could look like in the Sahel conflict region


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Remains of weapons were found at the site of an air attack

European arms companies may be liable to prosecution for aiding war crimes in Yemen, argues lawyer Miriam Saage-Maaß on ips-journal.eu.


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