Category Archive: Peace Processess

Transitional Governance Today: A Risk and Opportunity for International Law

Dr Emmanuel de Groof outlines five current features of transitional governance, as outlined in a new PA-X report.

New visual tool illustrates local peace in Libya, Syria, and Yemen

Explore local peace agreements in Libya, Syria, and Yemen with our new visual map, based on agreements included in the PA-X Local Peace Agreements Database.

South Sudan’s Transition: Citizens’ Perception of Peace

A power-sharing government set up last month in South Sudan is fueling hope for an end to civil war, but layers of conflict remain.

The fragmented politics of the Syrian refugee crisis jeopardises the future of millions

Juline Beaujouan and Amjed Rasheed discuss how the humanitarian consequences of the Syrian crisis have spilled across the region.

UN soldiers trying out new peacekeeing uniforms.

Peacekeeping in a New Conflict Resolution Age

Today we launch two pieces on peacekeeping, relating to political settlement and inclusion. In different ways both point to the new global marketplace of political change.

UN peacekeeping vehicles near Goma

Principled Peacekeeping Works

Cedric de Coning examines the effectiveness of peacekeeping operations as implementation mechanisms in peace processes, and outlines the risks inherent in the shift toward UN stablization missions.

Strategies of inclusion in peacemaking: Beyond box-ticking and photo opportunities?

“Inclusion” is becoming an increasingly prominent term in debates about peace, yet the term often remains vague. Hearing calls for an inclusive peace process begs the questions: Whom are we asked to include, how, and why? Dana Landau and Andreas Hirblinger examine strategies of inclusion in peacemaking in this article, which was originally posted on the Security Dialogue blog.