Major peace transitions: the Botswana-Serbia link

They are on separate continents, with different cultural practices and contexts, yet a comparison between them can teach us about peace.

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How data can help build world peace

The Institute for Economics & Peace is dedicated to analysing data to understand peace, developing the world’s leading metrics to quantify its value.

Five charts on how corruption impacts peace

When corrupt practices misdirect resources, compound social inequities and undermine trust, levels of peacefulness can drop.

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Preventing a State Collapse in the Pacific: 15 Years On

Australia’s little known other “intervention” of 2003 wasn’t in the Middle East with the world’s eyes watching, but an effort to prevent a state collapse closer to home.

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