How failing to address historical, structural, institutional, legal, and cultural factor causes the country to continually drift into electoral conflict.
Examining the prevalence of ethnic conflict in Ethiopia and evaluating potential causes of violence in the country.
Historicising the 1992 Zangon Kataf conflicts while examining the state’s role in managing difference among co-habiting ethnic groups.
Outlining the constraints and possibilities inherent in school-level peacebuilding initiatives to combat the ongoing effects of apartheid.
Arguing that the psychological desire for personal happiness ultimately underlies ethnic, religious and territorial causes of conflict.
A critical examination of ‘kaketsuke-keigo’ – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s proactive contribution to peace in South Sudan.
A two minute introduction to ACCORD, its history and the scope of its impact in over twenty years of training, negotiation, mediation and third track diplomacy behind the scenes of African conflicts.