Month: November 2016

Countering Violent Extremism: Hidden Human Rights Costs

This is a guest blog post by a student who attended this years Peace Research course at the International Summer School 2016. This summer we witnessed a wave of terrorist attacks all around the world, from peaceful European cities to historically insecure cities in Middle East. While the increasing number of lone wolves has made… Read more »

This Week in South Sudan – Week 44

Monday 31 October According to the new Global Impunity Index by The Committee to Protect Journalists, South Sudan ranks among the top five countries where journalists have been murdered with impunity in 2016. Tuesday 1 November The newly emerged rebel group, the South Sudan Democratic Front (SSDF) called for the removal of the “failed and illegitimate… Read more »