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Whether in war-torn Ukraine, Laos or Spain, kids have felt compelled...

Paul Morrow, University of Dayton “They still draw pictures!” So wrote the editors of an influential...

6 months after the climate summit, where to find progress on...

Rachel Kyte, Tufts University Six months ago, negotiators at the United Nations’ Glasgow climate summit celebrated a series of...

Why do peace talks fail? A negotiation expert answers 5 questions...

Andrew Blum, University of San Diego Ukraine and Russia have held intermittent peace talks since the end of February...

‘Laugh right in its face’ – a poet reflects on her...

Rachel Hadas, Rutgers University - Newark During the two years of intermittent lockdown, writers had plenty of time to...

What are false flag attacks – and did Russia stage any...

Scott Radnitz, University of Washington The Russian assault on Ukraine, which began in the early hours of Feb. 24,...

How photography can build peace and justice in war-torn communities

Pamina Firchow, Brandeis University; Tiffany Fairey, King's College London, and Yvette Selim, University of Technology Sydney It’s not easy...

Women in Afghanistan worry peace accord with Taliban extremists could cost...

Mona Tajali, Agnes Scott College and Homa Hoodfar, Concordia University Three Afghan women who worked at a media company...

Rats help clear minefields in Cambodia – and suspicion of the...

Darcie DeAngelo, Binghamton University, State University of New York Editor’s note: Dr. Darcie DeAngelo is a medical anthropologist at the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity...

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