How has the worldwide pandemic transformed the criminal landscapes? Did Covid 19 change the game?
Jean-Jacques Konadje from the Ivory Coast is calling for an adjustment of the missions of UN peacekeepers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has elevated the urgency for peace in Afghanistan to unprecedented levels, says Magdalena Kirchner on fes-asia.org
Austrian diplomat Alexander Kmentt in the ipg-journal on the outdated dogma of nuclear deterrence and other means of achieving security
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...
What possible solutions could look like in the Sahel conflict region
European arms companies may be liable to prosecution for aiding war crimes in Yemen, argues lawyer Miriam Saage-Maaß on ips-journal.eu.
In Colombia, a FARC splinter group has announced rearmament. Is this the end of the peace process? Find out on ips-journal.eu
International interventions perpetuate violence. To change this dynamic, civil society needs to be heard, say our colleagues on justsecurity.org.
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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