The Russian-led reconciliation agreement in southwestern Syria has not created a path towards building local peace, but rather insecurity and instability.
Laura Wise and Fiona Knäussel examine the slow progress in women's participation in peace processes and highlight the need for renewed focus on gender equality.
In February, devastating earthquakes in Syria and Turkey sparked a humanitarian crisis, leading to a swift geopolitical response.
PeaceRep Somalia research team members reflect on their experiences of working on corruption and aid diversion in Somalia.
Humanitarian action is not a diplomatic tool. However, while attempts are being made to use humanitarian aid as a weapon in Syria, it can also leverage local peace.
The disastrous earthquakes that hit Syria and Turkey in February triggered a humanitarian emergency, with international response swiftly taking a geopolitical turn.
PeaceRep has published a new series of policy briefs and blogs on the challenges of borders and conflict lines, free movement, and humanitarian aid delivery in Syria.
Bernardo Mariani discusses China's interests in bringing the Russian war on Ukraine to an end, and opportunities for strengthening dialogue between China and Western countries.
Chirrilo Madut Anei describes conflict risks and economic and humanitarian conditions in South Sudan in the context of the war in Sudan.
Simona Foltyn discusses the rise to power of Iraq's Mohammed al-Halbousi, and why he now needs to strike a new deal that ensures his political survival.
The risk of a 'long war' for Ukraine against Russia can be mitigated with preferential access for Ukraine to the EU single market.
Zmkan Ali Saleem discusses why Iraq will struggle to achieve long-term stability without reconciling the Yezidis and the rest of Sinjar’s residents.