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Division in India

BY NATALIE FIERTZ In 1989, foreshadowing events to come, India’s current ruling party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) issued the Palampur Resolution, throwing their support behind the construction of a temple devoted to the Hindu deity Rama on the site of the Babri Mosque in Ayodhya. This was a remarkable gamble at the time, as […]

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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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Peace is not an endpoint, it's a process - one that requires flexibility, creativity, & working together. For tactics on how to boost communications on #peacebuilding, explore the new guide created by AfP in partnership w/ @FrameWorksInst & @PartnersGlobal:https://t.co/oqZIwtf9gD

Jessica Hartog (@intalert) and @joycekortlandt (@WetlandsInt) explain how quantitative and qualitative data can help to convene different stakeholders to water-related security risks.

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On #WorldPressFreedomDay, we recognize the many fearless journalists around the world who continue to keep citizens informed while confronting risks to their lives. #endimpunity

Nkasi Wódu (@WoduNkasi) highlights the necessity for African countries to adopt non-military approaches to countering violent extremism #CVE
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