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Pulling the Pieces Together: Health and community actors as levers of local response in...


The first part of this study, conducted by Yemen Policy Center in December 2020 during the first wave of the pandemic in Yemen, presented the factors that prevented security...

The Role of Transitional Justice in Ukraine (QUB Blog)


This blog post by Prof Louise Mallinder discusses moves towards legal accountability for the invasion of Ukraine, to address the needs of victims and to promote reconciliation.

African regional assistance to South Sudan and Kenya during the pandemic


How regional responses to Covid-19 by the African Union and Africa CDC affected national responses in Kenya and South Sudan. 

Between the 'Regional' and the 'West': Enhancing Indian engagement in Myanmar


One year on from the coup in Myanmar, Monalisa Adhikari and K. Yhome examine the limits of India's current response and how India’s domestically held principles of democracy and...

[LSE Blog] Ukraine-Russia Crisis: Europe Needs to Rethink Its Security Arrangements


PeaceRep researcher Professor Mary Kaldor discusses Russia’s foreign policy decisions over Ukraine and how the West may respond in this LSE blog post.

Peace missions, regional organisations, and Covid-19: How the pandemic has affected...


Peace missions have continued all over the world during the pandemic, with significant impacts on their operations.This piece outlines how the pandemic has affected peace missions run by regional...

Shots for Peace? Vaccination ceasefires and the fight against Covid-19


Vaccination ceasefires can be a valuable tool for getting vaccinations to those in conflict zones. The authors of a new report, Breathing Space: Vaccination Ceasefires in Armed Conflict outline...

Peace agreements with a gender perspective are still an exception, not the rule


Two decades after the UN called on all peace process actors to adopt a gender perspective, but amidst an unpreceded challenge to women’s rights globally under the Covid-19 pandemic,...

Implementing Peace Agreements through Domestic Law


Brooke Davies introduces her new report, Implementing Peace Agreements through Domestic Law, which examines how parties to peace agreements can and have used domestic law to implement their terms.

African Peace – Regional Norms from the OAU to the AU


A new book – African Peace: Regional Norms from the Organization of African Unity to the African Union – examines how peace and security norms and practices in Africa...