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Grief should not beget grief.

We call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

The long-term policy of displacing Palestinians into ever smaller concentrations of land in Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza is not new – but today is newly inflicted at enormous scale, on an accelerated schedule and accompanied by spectacular violence.

The war […]

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By Jared Miller

From COP27 to the latest 30×30 agreement to protect 30 percent of the world’s oceans and land by 2030, there is greater global commitment to act to avert the worst aspects of climate change. A cornerstone in many of these environmental policies is a decarbonizing of our economies, and especially […]

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the single biggest threat to world peace in decades. This is not because war in Europe is in itself more important than anywhere else in the world, but because Russia, Ukraine and NATO countries have a greater capacity to inflict violence at a large scale, and because war […]

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by Saba Araya, Kiros Teklay and Saba Mah’derom

As the war in Ethiopia expands and gets closer to the capital city, we are living in fear. We fear for ourselves, our families, our neighbors, and our country.

With every passing week, the situation of Tigrayan civilians in Addis Ababa and across Ethiopia has become progressively […]

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This article is part of the blog series,”Rethinking Peace in Ethiopia” reflections on aspects of peace in Ethiopia.

Introductory note

The present ‘reality fantasy’ (Stephen Tyler) is based on the knowledge that a paragon – an excellent example – is well suited to serve as a model for action. In this light, a paragon for […]

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There is one simple action that would transform humanitarian access and help provide civilian protection in Tigray. Switch the internet back on.

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