The 2% fetish: NATO’s military expenditure debate

The basis to gauge an appropriate defense budget should be a rational defense strategy but not a randomly chosen economic criteria.

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Successful Peacebuilding: A summary of research findings

The Institute for Economics & Peace’ research program has demonstrated that efforts to build peace can and do show measurable results and lead to the successful reduction of violence and meaningful improvements in people’s lives.

Building Peace is More Difficult Than Destroying It

Countries with higher levels of Positive Peace not only have a reduced number of grievances that arise, they also have the ability to resolve emerging disagreements without the use of violence.

Refugees and Germany: The Discrepancy in Data and Opinion

Accurately interpreting the crime statistics could contribute to fewer sweeping stereotypes and perhaps greater harmony in social cohesion.

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