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Refugees: links in the chain of disaster and response

by Dan Smith

The hard-fought battle for the EU to accept and share responsibility for 120,000 reguees is not enough.

BRICS: realistic alternative with a stuttering motor

by Herbert Wulf

BRICS has recently lost some of its previous dynamic with reduced economic growth playing a significant part.

Do government transfers reduce civil unrest?

by Dr Patricia Justino

Recent instances of civil unrest have been linked to rising inequalities and social exclusion.

Once the conflict ends: what drives the return of internally displaced people?

by Ana María Ibáñez

Internally displaced persons face difficult decisions even after the conflict ends.

Money changes everything? Poverty and deprivation in Northern Ireland

by Neil T. N. Ferguson, by Maren M. Michelsen

individuals in Northern Ireland experience handicaps from deprivation as a result of a conflict

The misfortune of visibility in violent conflicts

by Dr Damir Esenaliev, by Susan Steiner

Desipte a common belief that Uzbeks are more prosperous than Kyrgyz people in Kyrgyzstan, a recent analyasis shows the Kyrgyz have slightly higher

‘Order at sea’ and landlocked countries in Africa

by J. Paul Dunne

The number of maritime pirate attacks has been massively reduced and commentators are talking about ‘order at sea’ in the region.

Debating the future of the German arms industry, again

by Michael Brzoska

Germany is, once again, debating the future of its arms industry, with long-held state support for arms production within Germany appearing to crumble.