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Time to reflect, vote (again) and build a peaceful nation
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Time to reflect, vote (again) and build a peaceful nation

The 1 September 2017 ruling by the Kenyan Supreme Court to annul the results of last month’s presidential election and call a new vote in 60 days’ time is a rare example of institutional independence in Kenya’s super-charged political environment.

4 September 2017
The good, the bad and the ugly of rising peace inequality – a dangerous injustice to be tackled
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The good, the bad and the ugly of rising peace inequality – a dangerous injustice to be tackled

The divide between the most and the least peaceful countries is increasing. In the last decade, many countries have reached historical levels of ‘peacefulness’, while at the same time other countries are ensnared in seemingly intractable conflict. Rising peace inequality has severe implications for the world as localised crises and conflicts spill beyond porous boundaries. Tackling it, and the injustices both driving and resulting from it, is paramount.

25 July 2017