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Iraq’s Improving Trajectory

BY NATE HAKEN AND SARAH COCKEY Access to safe water has always been a fundamental driver of conflict around the world. The worst drought in hundreds of years preceded the Syria crisis in 2011 and fueled unrest in Yemen. Changing rain patterns and desertification have brought farmers and herders into lethal violence, killing over ten […]

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Fragile States Index 2018: Issues of Fragility Touch the World’s Richest and Most Developed Countries in 2018

BY J.J. MESSNER It certainly felt like a tumultuous year in 2017. As the wars in Syria and Yemen ratcheted up in intensity, Qatar was suddenly politically, economically and physically isolated from its neighbors, Catalonia moved forward on its attempts to separate from Spain, Venezuela fell further into chaos, the United Kingdom continued to struggle […]

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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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