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A Glimmer of Hope for Burma’s Peace Process?

March 27, 2018

By Anna Plunkett   On February 13, 2018, the number of signatories on Burma’s National Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) grew from eight to ten with the New Mon State Party (NMSP) and the Lahu Democratic Union (LDU) officially joining at a ceremony held in the state capital Naypyidaw. Peace and reconciliation have been the primary focuses … Continue reading “A Glimmer of Hope for Burma’s Peace Process?”


The ‘Third Intifada’ in historical perspective: the resurgence of the cross-generational Palestinian struggle?

November 3, 2015

By: Aurelie Buytaert Word of a Third Intifada is spreading in Israel, the Palestinian territories and in medias around the world – relayed by some, denied by others. Politicians and activists have focused regional and global attention on the conflict through this term as it resonates in history, and easily started eclipsing other discourses on the … Continue reading “The ‘Third Intifada’ in historical perspective: the resurgence of the cross-generational Palestinian struggle?”


Netanyahu, just the man we need

March 24, 2015

By Gianmarco Morassutti Vitale: This is the last of a three-piece series analysing outcomes and impacts of the recent Israeli election. Last week Eddo Bar considered what impact Netanyahu’s re-election would have on Israeli security, and Jill Russell examined the potential consequences for US-Israeli relations. *** Last Wednesday, Isaac Herzog, leader of the centre–left Zionist Union, conceded defeat … Continue reading “Netanyahu, just the man we need”


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