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Jay Benson
Joshua Lambert
Eric Keels
March 15, 2019

Reassessing Rebellion

Though historically the number of armed conflicts has been declining, there has been a recent surge in ongoing civil wars. Intrastate armed conflicts therefore represent a persistent and dangerous threat to global stability.
March 10, 2019

Kim Jong Un Inspects North Korean Submarine That May Be Deployed Soon

“They don’t show us the portion where a missile tube or more might go,” said Melissa Hanham, an expert on weapons of mass destruction and director of the One Earth Future Foundation’s Datayo Project. “Until they show us the top part of the submarine, we won’t really get a chance to see how many meta...
Alexandra Amling
Timothy Schommer
Illustrator: Chloé Dolic
March 06, 2019

Peace is Ours: A Story of Peace and Reconciliation in Colombia

PASO Colombia facilitates sustainable peace by developing collaboration platforms that successfully mobilize the local intelligence and resources of remote rural communities, and connects them with national and international institutional knowledge, capital, and markets.
March 01, 2019

How brain biases prevent climate action

“Humans are very bad at understanding statistical trends and long-term changes,” says political psychologist Conor Seyle, director of research at One Earth Future Foundation, a programme incubator that focuses on fostering peace long-term.
February 28, 2019

How to Tell If Trump's Second Summit With Kim Jong Un Is a Success

“I’m definitely interested in constructive action that limits or stops the amount of fissile material that North Korea can produce,” said Melissa Hanham, a director at the One Earth Future Foundation. “But this will just be a piece of paper unless it’s implemented, and I don’t think a handshake will...