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Cameroon can achieve peace. But first, it needs a ceasefire

The country has been wracked by conflict between the government and separatists. Both sides need to work on finding a path forward. Here’s what they can do

Deep listening will serve us better than building walls

To stand a chance of fixing our planet, we need a seismic cultural and spiritual transformation

Peace isn’t an event – it’s a multifaceted process

Undoing what decades of structural violence does to a society takes more than ostentatious political moves

We must build on psychology of peace

The privileged classes need to develop solidarity with those groups who have been marginalised.

Global peace declines for first time since WWII

World peace is deteriorating after six decades of gradual improvement since World World II, according to a new global security report.

Threats to peace in shackland

The mining unions’ alleged tit-for-tat violence is being stoked by stillborn promises.

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