Tensions with Russia, criminal networks and far-right extremists raise the risk of violence
By: Jonas Claes; Artem Miroshnichenko
By: Jibrin Ibrahim; Saleh Bala
Nigeria’s military has largely degraded the capacity of Boko Haram since the peak of the insurgency in 2015. The government and security forces must now focus on winning the peace. This Special Report outlines the insurgency and its aftermath, the challenges facing the Nigerian government, the imperative of national police reform, and ways forward to stable and effective civilian-led governance.
A respected peace negotiator has won concessions from Taliban on women’s rights—and proposes talks to win more.
BY: Palwasha L. Kakar
Amid conflict and political uncertainty, the Geneva Conference emphasizes the inextricable link between peace and prosperity
By: William Byrd
BY: Pearl Karuhanga Atuhaire; Nicole Gerring; Laura Huber; Mirgul Kuhns; Grace Ndirangu
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