The Liberian Chapter of the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network (GYAC-Liberia) has ended a two days anti-Corruption and integrity summit in Monrovia from March 27-28, 2015.
The event was a two days Continue →
I’m deviating from my original plan to blog primarily on open source resources to talk about an issue I usually shy away from. It’s easy to be pigeonholed as the Continue →
Colorado has responded to the Supreme court complaint by Nebraska and Oklahoma with this brief.
I think it’s extremely well-written and well-argued, pointing out the absurdity of the claims by the Continue →
Who: AFSC/ IVAW
What: Iraq: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?
Where: Quaker Meeting house 65 9th street San Francisco
When: 3/29/2015, 5:00:00 PM
On the 12th year of the U.S. War Continue →
by Kate Aronoff
While the U.S. media have remained relatively quiet about it, students in Quebec are in the middle of Continue →
During his three decades as president of all or part of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh often compared ruling the fractious country to “dancing on the heads of snakes,” Bloomberg reports: Continue →
Insight on Conflict’s new Local Correspondent for Yemen, Ahmed Hezam Al-Yemeni, issues a plea for peace in the wake of disturbing developments in the country.
This article was originally published on Insight Continue →
It’s not what they teach in civics class, but the best way to snag a leadership position in Congress is by giving generously to one’s colleagues. By that measure, U.S. Continue →
Lee Kuan Yew saw “Asian values” as a source of legitimacy for the idea that authoritarian leadership, constrained by certain Western legal and administrative checks, offered an effective “Asian” Continue →
CREDIT: AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez
Just a few days before Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) became the first official candidate for president in the 2016 election, he Continue →
The Obama administration finds itself trying to sustain an ever-growing patchwork of strained alliances and multiple battlefields in the aftermath of the Arab Spring four years ago. The momentary moral Continue →
Photo Credit: Middle East Online
The governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S. released a joint statement on the resumption of Libyan peace talks in Morocco, as well as concern Continue →
At 10 a.m. Monday, the Supreme Court will hold one hour of oral argument on the procedure to be used to determine if an individual is mentally disabled and thus Continue →
The above recording was taken on 26 March 2015 and was shared with Insight on Conflict to show the situation for residents of San’a.
The current fighting in Yemen is the legacy Continue →