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Syria’s Ghalia Rahal: Surviving War, Building Peace

Despite patriarchy and bombs, Syrian women take seats at negotiations over Syria’s future. Palwasha L. Kakar; James Rupert Amid the traumas of Syria’s war, women like Ghalia Rahal are building an...

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Afghanistan

Afghanistan Talks: No Women, No Peace

Negotiations with the Taliban must include Afghan women to protect their progress and build a sustainable peace. Friday, March 1, 2019 / BY: Belquis Ahmadi As talks between the U.S. and the Taliban...

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Afghanistan

How to Secure Afghanistan’s Future

Amid conflict and political uncertainty, the Geneva Conference emphasizes the inextricable link between peace and prosperity By: William Byrd The Geneva Conference on Afghanistan (GCA), held on...

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Nigeria

Nigeria’s Worst Violence Is Not Boko Haram

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...

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

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...

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Yemen

Can Yemen be Pulled Back from the Brink?

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,...

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Our Dangerous Children: The Global Risks of Neglect

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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