Annotating the Official Script
This blog post is a commentary on a press briefing and three documents that reveal the thinking of key international actors regarding the war against Tigray conducted by the Federal Government of Ethiopia and the State of Eritrea. The four documents are:
A letter from a young professional living in Tigrai
I am writing to share my story with the world as the world seems to be acclimatized to live with our suffering in Tigrai. From time to time I hear the international media struggling to put a positive light on the regime in Addis Ababa following […]
The World Peace Foundation is honored to publish this essay by a researcher from Singapore, who asked to remain anonymous at this time.
On August 21, 2022, Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced at the National Day Rally (NDR) that his government would repeal the controversial Section 377A of the Singaporean Penal Code, […]Continue Reading →
The following blog was authored by Susanne Jaspars and was originally published by PeaceRep on 5 July 2022. The PeaceRep blog can be accessed here. The Peace and Conflict Resolution Evidence Platform is a seven-year research consortium led by the University of Edinburgh Law School.
Susanne Jaspars of LSE Ideas introduces a new […]Continue Reading →
Last month, trade unionists, politicians, activists, and academics from Belgium, Colombia, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States convened for the “Civil Harbours & Airports – No Arms for War and Oppression Networking Conference” hosted by The Left in the European Parliament and Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung.Three themes emerged from this two-day […]Continue Reading →
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