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Data and analysis on conflicts worldwide
02 December 2016.
Kenya’s decision to close the Dadaab refugee camp in May 2017 risks exacerbating security concerns and will not necessarily reduce the threat posed by al-Shabaab
12 October 2016.
Addressing the root causes of unrest in the Niger Delta is the only way to sustainable peace in the region
30 September 2016.
Israel’s confused policies on the Golan Heights seem increasingly risky as the Syrian conflict shows no sign of abating
06 September 2016.
The 21st Century Panglong Conference represents a significant new step towards ending seven decades of conflict in Myanmar
30 August 2016.
Without the formulation of a longer-term plan to address the multiple layers of the conflict, it is unlikely to end in the foreseeable future.
26 July 2016.
Reports of human rights abuses by security services could undermine counter-insurgency efforts in east India
12 July 2016.
A year after the Algiers Peace Accord was signed in Mali on 20 June 2015, the peacemaking process continues at a slow pace while prospects of a renewed civil war grow
16 June 2016.
Fierce clashes between the neighbouring states have highlighted unresolved tensions and the need for a lasting resolution
27 May 2016.
Al-Qaeda is reportedly seeking to strengthen its affiliate in Syria, raising questions about the possible outcomes of increased competition with the Islamic State.
05 May 2016.
The new administration in the Philippines will need to bring the peace process with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) to a satisfactory conclusion, and the candidates have a variety of approaches to the issue
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