CONFLICT WEEKLY

The Conflict Weekly is an academic project that aims to monitor, interpret, and analyze global conflicts and peace efforts. Conflict Weekly is also a capacity-building initiative; it serves as a platform for young scholars interested in peace and conflict-related issues, aiming to develop their capacity and build a team of peace scholars in the long run. Capacity building is a fundamental value shared by NIAS and our partner, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS). This joint initiative is brought to you by the IPRI at NIAS and the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation (KAS) India Office.


Please provide the necessary information to receive Conflict Weekly every Friday and also to gain access to another NIAS publication - "The World This Week," published every Sunday. Conflict Weekly focuses on peace and conflict-related topics, while The World This Week covers global political issues. These publications complement each other. Thank you.

Latest Issues

Sweden in NATO, Farmers' Protest in Poland, and the anti-LGBTQ bill in Ghana

Padmashree Anandhan, Manoranjan Kumar and Anu Maria Joseph NATO 32: Leaving neutrality, Sweden to join after Hungary's approval Padmashree Anandhan In the news On 26 February, Hungary's parliament voted (188 in favour and only six against) favouring Sweden to join NATO. Hungary is the last NATO member to approve Sweden becoming the 32nd member of NATO. During the press conference,...

The Battle for Avdiivka in Ukraine

Padmashree Anandhan Ukraine: The Battle for Avdiivka Padmashree Anandhan In the news On 15 February, the Financial Times reported on continuing difficulty for Ukrainian troops following Russia's encirclement in Avdiivka. Ukraine's new commander-in-chief, General Oleksandr Syrsky, announced reinforcement to balance the shortage in personnel and ammunition. The shortage emerged due...

Israel's Military Campaign in Rafah

Nuha Aamina War expands to Rafah, the border town Nuha Aamina In the news On 12 February, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that the military operation would continue "until total victory will bring about the release of all of our hostages." According to the Hamas-run health ministry, 94 people, including women and children have been killed in Rafah. Meanwhile,...

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