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Data and analysis on conflicts worldwide
18 April 2017.
The vote to approve amendments to the Turkish constitution means that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's executive authority will be formalised and consolidated. What happens next? Expect increased human security concerns within Turkey's borders, a recalibration of Turkey's relationship with the EU, and a strengthened narrative to knuckle down on Kurdish insurgency.
11 April 2017.
Peacekeepers may need to continue to support Somali forces for much longer than planned, given the current security situation.
28 March 2017.
Ethiopia’s domestic issues must be addressed in order to stem the increasing flow of people out of the country.
21 March 2017.
Several recent incidents in Turkey speak to a dangerous atmosphere for the country's Syrian refugee population. Caitlin Vito argues that if the tension continues to build, something will have to give.
30 January 2017.
The reported re-emergence of an armed group defeated in the DRC a few years ago has highlighted the limited success of the country’s DDR programme
19 January 2017.
Pakistan’s use of refugees for political leverage reflects a global trend. Caitlin Vito argues the tactic could prompt a humanitarian crisis – and will not bring Pakistan the security it craves
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