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Just launched: The new course offers an enhanced user experience and offers greater opportunity to connect with peers.
Can the frenetic capabilities of the internet be controlled? Perhaps in the name of victims of the Christchurch mosque massacre.
In Mexico there is great promise for a more peaceful future, and these 150 young peacebuilders could be the ones to lead the way.
Friday 10 May, 2019: After a buoyant period of denuclearisation talks with North Korea, the world was reminded this week of the country’s weapons stash.
How the murder of Saudi journalist sparked friction amongst Europe’s arms producing partners.
Mexico’s economy could provide the resources to improve security and increase peace.
It’s the dawn of a new era in Japan with the abdication of Emperor Akihito from the Chrysanthemum throne after a 30-year reign over the Heisei era, meaning “achieving peace.”
What can terrorism research tell us about vulnerability in the Middle East? The findings are not as predictable as you might think.
Sri Lanka is reeling after coordinated suicide attacks at churches and luxury hotels killed hundreds on one of the most sacred of Christian days, Easter Sunday.
Embracing multiculturalism and diversity was the focus and the fruit of the first three-day Positive Peace workshop in South-East Asia.
They are on separate continents, with different cultural practices and contexts, yet a comparison between them can teach us about peace.
19 April, 2019: Months of mass civilian protests calling for freedom and change have led to the military removing Sudan’s long time ruler of 30 years, President al-Bashir.
With more than 30 years’ experience working on peace and development in Kenya, this local says Positive Peace has potential to change things for the better.
Economists on Peace contributor Dr Anoop Swarup on the influence of faith on enlightenment and why we need a Global Non-killing Index.