Bosnia and Herzegovina suffered from devastating armed conflict in the 1990s that cost around 100,000 lives. The consequences can still be seen and felt today.
- feature 30 Jan 2019
When the government of Afghanistan and Hezb-e Islami signed a peace agreement in 2016, efforts to pacify the protracted conflict achieved a major breakthrough.
- feature 15 Jan 2019
In future, the year 2018 may be seen as a bad omen for the breakdown of the cooperative global order that was originally designed by the UN Charter in 1945.
- blog post 8 Jan 2019
- Author(s) Hans-Joachim Giessmann