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Philippines

A fresh start for peace in the Philippines?

May 8 2016: The Philippines goes to the polls in a general election next week. Rey Ty asked Bishop Reuel Marigza if a change in government might jump-start a long-running peace process. The Role of...

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South Sudan

The complex history of violence in South Sudan

By Ferdinand von Habsburg-Lothringen April 26 2016: In response to a recent article on justice in South Sudan, Ferdinand von Habsburg-Lothringen argues that to truly understand the conflict we need...

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DR Congo

Early warning and responses to conflict in DRC

March 31 2016: Peace Direct research indicates that there are a wide range of local and international conflict early warning and response programmes in eastern DRC. Here, we publish a mapping of key...

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Colombia

Embracing peace in Colombia: the real deal?

March 23 2016: Hopes are high that the conflict in Colombia will finally come to an end with a key deal due to be signed today. Tamer Donovan Anani reports on the government’s attempts to make peace...

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Guinea-Bissau

Igniting the game of thrones in Guinea-Bissau

Tomas Serna March 8 2016: Guinea-Bissau is facing a breakdown of government, says Tomas Serna. He explains why looking at society from the bottom up can reveal more about the complex realities of the...

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Colombia

Dreaming of the future in Colombia

January 15 2016: After years of negotiations, hopes are high that a peace deal between the Colombian Government and the armed group FARC will finally end the country’s long-running war. But...

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Senegal

Casamance: neither war nor peace

The Casamance region of Senegal is trapped in a state of non-peace. Tomas Serna reflects on the situation, and asks how civil society might be key to dialogue and peaceful negotiation. The armed...

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