The economics of not being kidnapped

Developing countries can often be conflict zones that also pose real kidnap risks for foreign businesses and workers.

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Foreign policy and economics clash in EU’s new phase of arms production

How the murder of Saudi journalist sparked friction amongst Europe’s arms producing partners.

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Terror attacks: some murky lessons

What can terrorism research tell us about vulnerability in the Middle East? The findings are not as predictable as you might think.

Policy planks for stable peace

Understanding the dynamics that strengthen or strain a social system is key to forging stable peace, writes Jurgen Brauer.

Deforestation in post-conflict Colombia

Economist on Peace contributor, Juan Vargas, on the surprising environmental outcomes that followed the FARC peace agreement.

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