Tag Archives: Conflict

Let’s Talk Peace
By admin August 6, 2018

After nearly 5 years of civil war, South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and Riek Machar are negotiating a deal that will allow the rebel leader to return to government as the most senior of five vice presidents, putting an end to a conflict that has killed tens of thousands and displaced millions. Elsewhere, the UN’s

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No Results Yet in Honduras Election
By admin December 1, 2017

Amid contested presidential election results in Honduras, tensions are mounting as protesters angrily take to the street. It has been almost a week since Sunday’s attempted election and the electoral commission has still not yet declared a winner. Incumbent Juan Orlando Hernandez is accused of attempting to hold onto the presidency through illegal meddling in

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Yemen: “A Bus Racing Towards The End of a Cliff”
By admin August 7, 2017

Since civil war broke out in Yemen almost three years ago, a dire humanitarian situation has unfolded, and appears to only be getting worse. Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the Arab world, has been left devastated by two warring factions of the countries leadership. The civil war has killed more than 10,000 people,

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Politics of the Sea
By admin October 26, 2016

With 75 percent of the world being comprised of water it is a mystery why so much focus on development, property, identity and politics is associated with land. Surely there is a body of law as it relates to our oceans and seas. There is a boundless amount of literature that is also related to

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Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Child Soldiers: A Crucial Step to End Cycles of Violence
By admin July 27, 2016

The recruitment of children into armed forces is becoming increasingly pervasive, prevailing in three-fourths of the conflicts in the world and totaling at approximately 300,000 children with half a million children not currently in combat, but within ranks. The rise in child soldiers can be attributed to their trusting, vulnerable and easily initiated nature as

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