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Conflict-affected countries have dramatically deteriorated in peacefulness, feeling the worst of the global long-term downturn in peace.
This week, large aggressive protests are flooding the streets of Barcelona.
After the Arab Spring uprising, there are some signs of improvements in peace for Egypt.
Do you feel safe walking alone? We take a look at perceptions of personal safety around the world.
Turkey launches an offensive in northern Syria, as US troops vacate.
A Positive Peace surplus can lead to lasting changes in a country’s levels of violence and social resilience.
We take a look at Iran’s levels of peace, as escalating tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran dominate news headlines.
Perceptions of immigration can show levels of social cohesion and peace within a country.
A wrap-up of the initiatives and organisations working to raise awareness about peace.
China has marked its national day, and 70 years of the Communist Party, with a mighty military cavalcade.
This year, Syria’s position on the Global Peace Index shifted.
Countries that experience Positive Peace deficits are more likely to deteriorate into states of violence.
British MPs returned to work this week after the Supreme Court ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s bid to shut down Parliament was unlawful.