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Originally published by Responsible Statescraft on September 17, 2021.

Out of the headlines, the civil war in Ethiopia rages on. Thousands are dying in bloody battles between Tigrayan resistance fighters and the ill-trained recruits that the Ethiopian government is deploying to shore up its shattered army. More than 200 massacre sites have been documented in […]

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This a special podcast from World Peace Foundation on the war in Tigray, Ethiopia. It is a recording of a phone call from somewhere in rural Tigray on January 27, in which Mulugeta Gebrehiwot Berhe, a former WPF Senior Fellow, spoke with Alex de Waal.

Mulugeta was a member of the TPLF during the […]

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A new journal article by Bridget Conley and Chad Hazlett (Assistant Professor of Political Science and Statistics, UCLA) is now available. The article, “How very massive atrocities end: A dataset and typology” can be accessed through the Journal of Peace Research, presents research on the endings of 43 cases in which more than […]

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They helped give us Trump and Brexit? What more do we need to say?

To recap: Facebook collects data on its users. Lots and lots of data. Likes, shares, what we post about, who our friends are, those personal details we choose to share, etc. etc. It uses this data to micro-target […]

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