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To Achieve Lasting Security, Invest in Young Peacebuilders

Post-conflict integration of former combatants into national armed forces is not a new reconciliation strategy. The Syrian government, however, is doing this...

Sudan, a coup laboratory

Sudan offers a laboratory for students of the coup. It has had 15 attempts, five of them successful – more than any...

Climate denial hasn’t gone away – here’s how to spot arguments for delaying climate action

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.  The UK and many other rich countries have set ambitious targets...

Coronavirus: how countries aim to get the vaccine first by cutting opaque supply deals

The University of Oxford recently published promising news about the results from the phase one/two trials of the vaccine it is developing for COVID-19....

£1,000 reward for each worker retained for three months

The British Government has announced a ‘job retention bonus’ for businesses who bring back employees from furlough and keep them at work through to the end...

Student architects showcase their sustainable living designs in end-of-year exhibition

A flagship centre for low-carbon sea travel at Liverpool Docks, a new cultural hub to revitalise Blackpool seafront; and energy-saving social housing borne from...

SA passes Kenya the baton in the Security Council relay

In January 2021, Kenya will replace South Africa as one of the three elected African members (A3) on the United Nations Security Council, joining...

Stay home and go to the museum

In Uganda and Kenya, it might appear that history is collecting dust. Attendance and awareness of museums is low, archives are inaccessible, and the...

Coronavirus: household cleaning products can kill the virus – an expert on which ones to use

COVID-19 has only been around for a few months, so at this point scientists don’t know that much about it. But more is being...

Can you spot the scammers?

Scammers have been cheating people with a range of clever schemes to steal their cash and wealth. With the Covid-19 pandemic, fraudsters have been...

How to support children with special educational needs as they return to school

Children and parents have struggled to adjust to homeschooling. Now, some have to cope with returning to schools which will seem very different to...

Why cellphone videos of black people’s deaths should be considered sacred, like lynching photographs

As Ahmaud Arbery fell to the ground, the sound of the gunshot that took his life echoed loudly throughout his Georgia neighborhood. I rewound the...
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Yemen’s Houthis – and why they’re not simply a proxy of Iran

e The attacks on oil production facilities at Abqaiq and Khurais in Saudi Arabia...