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Economists on Peace contributor and Emeritus Professor Jacques Fontanel considers how economics and peace play into globalisation.
US-Iran tensions have been simmering since last year, but in the last two months, interactions between the two countries have intensified.
Unprecedented peace negotiations are sparking hope in the country coming last on the Global Peace Index.
Meet the youth taking part in this year’s Positive Peace workshops, a joint project by Rotary International and the Institute for Economics & Peace.
Are we on track to realise the global goals? The annual stocktake by the United Nations reveals an uncertain outlook.
Traditional militaries are reducing in size while non-state actors increase their presence.
From neurotropic drugs that manipulate enemy moods or intelligence that forecasts crowd behaviour, arms control efforts are needed.
This week sees Japan facing another extreme natural weather event, but the very high peace country has one of the highest coping capacities.
We’ve quantified the costs associated with war and violence around the world, finding the countries most affected.
Just launched: An exciting joint education programme between an international think tank and Barcelona-based university.
This year, over one thousand data professionals were invited to download the Global Peace Index data and visualise the peace gap.
There are growing examples of alternative measures of social progress, including happiness and wellbeing policies.
What can peacebuilders learn from a country of under a million people that has risen 43 places on the Global Peace Index in just over a decade?