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Nigeria’s Worst Violence Is Not Boko Haram

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Nigéria
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USIP
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A dialogue to calm battles between herders and farmers is relevant for all of Africa. By: Ena Dion; Isioma Kemakolam As Nigeria works to stabilize from years of warfare in its north, the deadliest...

If we want to build peace, we can’t keep women out

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Monde
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USIP
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Women are ending their exclusion from peace processes—but the U.N. must help Thursday, October 18, 2018 / BY: Danielle Robertson; Tabatha Thompson When nations affected by violent conflict try to...

Can Yemen be Pulled Back from the Brink?

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Yémen
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USIP
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As the world’s ‘worst humanitarian crisis’ festers, the local dynamics of the conflict remain overshadowed. Yemen’s ongoing conflict began in 2014 when Houthi rebels stormed the country’s capital,...

Our Dangerous Children: The Global Risks of Neglect

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Monde
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USIP
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The world’s uprooted children will ignite a new generation of wars. Can we prevent it? By: Kathleen Kuehnast, Ph.D. Intermittently, images spring from the news to shock us with the suffering of...

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