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The Caucasus Give Cause for Cautious Optimism

BY PATRICIA TAFT Straddling Europe and Asia, the South Caucasus has long been considered a region of strategic importance for past empires and modern-day superpowers. It is also a land where the echoes of the Cold War continue to play out decades after the collapse of the Former Soviet Union and the realignment of the […]

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Springtime for Castro and Cuba; Winter for Ukraine and Libya

South Sudan has topped the Fragile States Index for the second year in succession, as the country continues to be wracked by internal conflict, fractious politics, and poverty. South Sudan is joined at the most fragile end of the Index by countries that have long struggled, such as Somalia, Central African Republic, Sudan, and D.R. […]

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This thread is updated with election insight and analysis using the #FragileStatesIndex. This Sunday in particular marks two elections with regional implications for South America and the Balkans.

Pretty excited about winning all these @anthemawards trophies for this video @fundforpeace made with @PINDFoundation. Just received them in the mail. https://t.co/Izqz1oJaBm

🔴𝐉𝐎𝐈𝐍 𝐋𝐈𝐕𝐄: Our first #DEVat60 #DevTalks on Building a More Resilient World in a Multi-Crisis... via @YouTube

The pressing issues of our time (#conflict, #climatechange, #foodinsecurity, etc.) are all interconnected, & require an interconnected response. AfP discussed this need in our recent event with @StimsonCenter.

Watch the recording here:

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