Understand the Conflict: Kashmir

Understand the Conflict: Kashmir

Three wars in 70 years. When the British left the subcontinent in 1947, the regions of Kashmir and Jammu were disputed between the newly created India and Pakistan. To date, no solution has been found between the two countries, resulting in continued high levels of militarization and insecurity in Kashmir and Jammu.

Understand the Conflict: Nagoro-Karabakh

Understand the Conflict: Nagoro-Karabakh

The Nagoro-Karabakh is a territorial dispute in Armenia and Azerbaijan that has been ongoing for over 30 years. The ceasefire in 1994 gave hope of peace, but both countries violated it several times.  Published December 9, 2021. Author : Siran Cheng

Understand the Conflict: Colombia

Understand the Conflict: Colombia

Although a peace deal was signed in 2016 between the Colombian government and the FARC, the largest guerrilla group, the Colombian Conflict is still ongoing and with no real signs of subsiding.

Understanding the Conflict: Syria

Understanding the Conflict: Syria

The Syrian conflict is very complex and has involved many national and international actors. The country is still in conflict after 10 years of war. This poster provides a better understanding of the issues. Published August 16, 2021. Author : Serhat Yilmaz

Understand the Conflict : Mali

Understand the Conflict : Mali

The situation in Mali is one of the most challenging issue that the international community is facing today. Many actors are intervening to avoid any long-lasting implementation of terrorist groups in the greater Sahel region. Alongside counter-terrorism efforts, the quasi-permanent political instability of the country needs also to be adressed in order to reaffirm State presence and authority on all the territory, to protect local populations and communities. This poster analysis aims to give the reader a brief overview of the situation.

Understand the Conflict: Ethiopia

Understand the Conflict: Ethiopia

An escalating conflict in northern Ethiopia between federal troops and forces loyal to the Tigray regional government is raising fears of a civil war in Africas’s second most populous country.