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).
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...
German Minister of State Niels Annen talks about the threat to rules-based multilateralism and Germany’s role in the world on IPS-Journal.eu.
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung conducts a poll on European security in seven countries. Our key findings are available now.
A reformed Security Council is key to credible international crisis management, so the 2017 FES Tiergarten Conference concludes.
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3 questions, 3 answers, 3 minutes: Asian and European thought leaders unpack what the EU’s upcoming Indo-Pacific strategy means for the region.
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