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Positive Peace can propel a process of change in developing societies that leads to sustainable prosperity and peacefulness.
Saudi Arabia is showing promise and improvement in Positive Peace.
Developing countries can often be conflict zones that also pose real kidnap risks for foreign businesses and workers.
What difference does Positive Peace make during a catastrophe?
This week, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan warned of “catastrophic” consequences in response to India’s actions in disputed Kashmir.
The southern African country has been thrust into the international spotlight after Robert Mugabe’s passing.
IEP research shows a correlation between peacefulness and confidence in local police.
Economists on Peace contributor Esteban F. Klor delves into the effectiveness of Israel’s counterterrorism policies.
Research from the Institute for Economics and Peace points to two key ways in which religion can lead to peace.
Current peace talks in Afghanistan could bring the end to an 18-year conflict.
From monitoring to meddling – what is the level of trust in elections around the world?
The Central American country of around six million shows the largest deterioration in the global peace rankings.
This week, a national environmental disaster in Brazil sparked an international political response, as well as global headlines.