All Articles on Peace and Security


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

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A call to arms 2.0

In Colombia, a FARC splinter group has announced rearmament. Is this the end of the peace process? Find out on

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The International Security Echo-Chamber: Getting Civil Society Into the Room

International interventions perpetuate violence. To change this dynamic, civil society needs to be heard, say our colleagues on

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2030 Agenda – How to Prevent Violent Conflicts over Land and Resources

Land disputes are linked to several of the 2030 Agenda's Sustainable Development Goals, explain Caroline Kruckow and Marc Baxmann (FriEnt).

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The grace period is over

After two months on the UN Security Council, Germany is gearing up: Here is what Richard Gowan has to say about Germany's upcoming Presidency on the...

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'We should not take friendships for granted'

German Minister of State Niels Annen talks about the threat to rules-based multilateralism and Germany’s role in the world on

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Security Radar 2019: Wake-up call for Europe

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung conducts a poll on European security in seven countries. Our key findings are available now.

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“My Country First” Rhetoric: Like Water off a Duck's Back to the UN

A reformed Security Council is key to credible international crisis management, so the 2017 FES Tiergarten Conference concludes.

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