The war in Tigray has comprehensively dismantled the region’s economy and food systems.
OCTOBER 21, 2021 Hosted by the Ginn Library at The Fletcher School
In this introductory video, Alex de Waal discusses how he arrived at the title for his latest publication, New Pandemics, Old Politics.
World Peace Foundation’s Executive Director and Fletcher School Professor, Alex de Waal, Fletcher Assistant Professor Tom Dannenbaum and WPF researchers discuss war and famine in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, with The Fletcher School Dean, Rachel Kyte.
- Thabo Mbeki on the AU, politics of peace, and Ethiopia October 13, 2021WPF is honored to have our report, ‘African Politics, African Peace,’ on the African Union’s role in mediating conflict, mentioned in an address by former President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki, on 12 October 2021, before the UN Security Council. Below is the text of his speech, “Peacebuilding and sustainable peace: diversity, statebuilding [...] The […]World Peace Foundation
- Neither Impartial nor Independent: The Joint UN-EHRC Human Rights Investigation in Tigray October 11, 2021By Chidi Odinkalu, Paulos Tesfagiorgis, Alex de Waal and Delia Burns In March, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) established a joint investigation into alleged violations of human rights committed during the conflict in Tigray, Ethiopia. Controversially, the partner was the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC). The decision has been heavily criticized [...] […]World Peace Foundation