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

Conflict in Gaza, Elections in Catalonia and Protests in Georgia

Shamini Velayutham, Neha Tresa George and Indrani Talukdar Gaza: Impending operation in Rafah, Regrouping of Hamas and the Genocide Case in ICJ Shamini Velayutham In the news On 16 May, after arguing for more emergency measures in response to Israel’s attack on Rafah, South Africa ended its arguments before the International Court of Justice (ICJ). According to South Africa,...

The Ceasefire Conundrum in the Middle East, Protests against Gender Violence in Australia and Biden’s Speech on Holocaust Memorial

  Shamini Velayutham, Akhil Ajith Sayeka Ghosh and Neha Tresa George The Ceasefire Conundrum in the Middle East: Hamas accepts a deal, Israel rejects Shamini Velayutham In the news On 8 May, according to a senior administration official, US President Joe Biden's administration stopped sending weapons to Israel last week because of what appeared to be military actions...

Elusive Negotiations over Gaza and Complex Abortion Legislations in the US

Shamini Velayutham and Dhriti Mukherjee  Middle East: The Elusive Negotiations and the Pressure on Hamas  Shamini Velayutham In the news On 3 May, a Hamas delegation arrived in Egypt for negotiations and said it was "determined to achieve an agreement." US Secretary of State Antony Blinken asserted that "Hamas is the only thing standing between the people of...

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