UN Peacekeeper and Boy in Mali
The Thin Blue Line: Keeping the Peace in Mali and Around the World

In 2017, 129 UN peacekeepers were killed in the line of duty. Almost a quarter of those casualties were serving the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA). On May 29th, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will travel to that country to honor the... more

living in peace together. Youth advocates in Colombia
Advancing a Culture of Peace Together

The UN’s Day of Living Together in Peace calls for everyone to consider how we can build inclusive, accountable, and peaceful societies. The UN believes that peace is not the absence of conflict but a positive activity. It requires all of us to dedicate ourselves to save succeeding generations... more

Celebrating World Tuna Day at One Earth Future
Learn More About Your Favorite Piece of Sushi

Tuna play an important role in oceanic ecosystems. Unfortunately, the word's appetite for tuna means their populations are at risk from overfishing.

A conversation about North Korea
High Stakes Poker: Denuclearizing North Korea

Wormuth, a former undersecretary of defense for policy at the US Department of Defense, was invited to share her thoughts on the current events unfolding in North Korea by One Earth Future and the non-profit, Foreign Policy for America.

“Certainly this year has been an extraordinary... more

International Women's Day
Recognizing the Crucial Role Women Play in Peace and Security Around the World


Coup in Zimbabwe
Coup in Zimbabwe: The End of an Era?

A recent article by John Filitz, a researcher with One Earth Future’s OEF Research... more

risk of large interstate war
Peace by the Numbers: A Debate

A new analysis of conflict data begs the question: do the data show a random risk of major war, or is there evidence that the decline in wars over the past 70 years is related to external causes?

Stable Seas Maritime Security Index
OEF Presents the Stable Seas Maritime Security Index

The Stable Seas Maritime Security Index is a first-of-its-kind effort to measure and map interconnected challenges to maritime security, such as illegal fishing, human trafficking, and illicit trade.