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For 130 Million People, a Need for Longer-Term Relief
For 130 Million People, a Need for Longer-Term Relief

More than 130 million people worldwide require humanitarian assistance to survive because of crises or disasters, including violent conflict, according to the United Nations. The World Humanitarian...

Myanmar’s Difficult Path Toward Peace
Myanmar’s Difficult Path Toward Peace

International attention toward Myanmar has focused largely on the country's transition from a half-century of military rule toward democratic governance. But ending nearly 70 years of civil conflict...

Cultural Heritage: A Target in War, an Engine of Peace
Cultural Heritage: A Target in War, an Engine of Peace

In 2001, Taliban fighters dynamited Afghanistan’s massive Bamiyan Buddha statues, carved into cliff faces, into rubble. Serb forces burned Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Sarajevo National Library in 1992 and...

Evolving Conflict Dynamics in the Central African Republic
Evolving Conflict Dynamics in the Central African Republic

Despite holding its first peaceful, democratic elections earlier this year, the Central African Republic remains vulnerable to a resurgence of the conflict that began in 2012. An estimated 2.3...