Category Archives: Marcel Maglo

Regional Instability Drives Worsening in Burkina Faso

BY MARCEL MAGLO AND FIONA GRATHWOHL Burkina Faso, formerly considered one of West Africa’s most stable countries, now rates as the fourth most worsened country in the 2020 Fragile States Index (FSI). The country has seen mounting threats to its peace and security over the past five years, despite government efforts to manage the pressures. […]

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Fifteen Years On, Cote d’Ivoire Comes Back from the Brink

BY MARCEL MAGLO AND FIONA GRATHWOHL In the very first Failed States Index (FSI) in 2005, Côte d’Ivoire was ranked as the world’s most fragile state. Sixteen years later, the country once ravaged by two civil conflicts bears little resemblance to its past when it was torn along political and ethnic lines as Laurent Gbagbo […]

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Fragile States Index 2020 – Annual Report

BY J.J. MESSNER DE LATOUR, NATE HAKEN, PATRICIA TAFT, MARCEL MAGLO, CHARLES FIERTZ, WENDY WILSON, SARAH COCKEY, FIONA GRATHWOHL, KEENAN IULIANO   The Fragile States Index, produced by The Fund for Peace, is a critical tool in highlighting not only the normal pressures that all states experience, but also in identifying when those pressures are pushing […]

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Fragile States Index 2019 – Annual Report

BY J.J. MESSNER, NATE HAKEN, PATRICIA TAFT, IGNATIUS ONYEKWERE, HANNAH BLYTH, MARCEL MAGLO, DANIET MOGES, CHARLES FIERTZ, CHRISTINA MURPHY, WENDY WILSON, KEVIN OBIKE   The Fragile States Index, produced by The Fund for Peace, is a critical tool in highlighting not only the normal pressures that all states experience, but also in identifying when those pressures […]

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Breaking the Impasse in Togo

Despite a limited democratic space in Togo, civil society and the political opposition have nevertheless managed to position themselves as a force to be reckoned with. In 2005, President Gnassingbé Eyadéma died after ruling the country for almost four decades. To succeed him, the military installed the late president’s son, Gnassingbé Faure, a move that triggered popular outrage and sanctions from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the African Union. This led to a swift return to constitutional order with elections held in April of the same year. However, political tensions then spiked again during the elections of 2010 and 2015 during which President Faure was reelected to second and third five-year terms in office, respectively. These spikes in pressure were clearly reflected in the annual trends in the Fragile States Index (FSI).

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Recessions, protests, violence - the 2021 #FragileStatesIndex examines the overlapping challenges of the COVID-19 crisis on fragility in 179 countries. Join us for the launch event with partners @intalert. Register now:

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COVID and Conflict: Bouncing Back from Crisis

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📣 MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Join us for the exciting launch of @fundforpeace's 2021 #FragileStatesIndex on May 20. Panelists include AfP's @Lizhume4peace, @ChrisCoons, @RepMcCaul, Cindy Chungong @intalert, @nealinp, @FiertzNatalie, & @AfDB_Group

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2020 was a year of incredible change, states dealing with an inundation of stressors, and exhibiting incredible resilience. The FSI will be an invaluable tool for generating analysis this year, and I’m so excited for its launch and all of the amazing speakers we have lined up!!

📈What has been the impact of COVID-19 on #FragileStatesIndex indicators worldwide? Hear the latest data on 179 countries at our 2021 launch event with @intalert Sign up:

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COVID and Conflict: Bouncing Back from Crisis

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