Juline Beaujouan and Eyas Ghreiz describe some of the challenges for civil society in rebel-held areas of Syria during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Cooperation in Latin America: Responses to COVID-19 expose existing cracks in regional infrastructure
Hannah den Boer sets out the response by regional organisations in Latin America to the Covid-19 crisis and asks what this means for regionalism in the bloc.
Social Media, Blockchain, Big Data & Co: How do we support women mediators in peace processes in a technology-driven world?
Fiona Knäussel reflects on the programme’s thinking on women and PeaceTech, the challenges for women peacebuilders in using tech tools and how to address them, and on whether tech solutions are themselves gender-proofed.
Scratching below the surface: what can local peace agreements tell us about armed groups and conflict fragmentation?
Juline Beaujouan, Tim Epple, Robert Wilson and Laura Wise draw on a new collection of local peace agreements to reflect on the state of contemporary conflict management and peacemaking in an increasingly fragmented world.
Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP) Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr Kathryn Nash, discusses the responses of African intergovernmental organisations to the COVID-19 crisis and asks what does this mean for how these organisations will respond to future crises that transcend borders.
This short blog by Dr Catherine O’Rourke considers the potential significance of Ireland’s election to the WPS agenda at the UNSC.
As the regime moves towards capturing Idlib, rivalry between Russia and Iran to control Syria is growing. Originally published in Open Democracy by Juline Beaujouan and Eyas Ghreiz.
Bill Rolston examines the one-sided narratives that come through in contemporary public displays in Sri Lanka, following the ending of the three-decade long war.
Monalisa Adhikari sets out the response by regional organisations in South and Southeast Asia to the Covid-19 crisis and asks what does this mean for Asian regionalism.