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  • Jul022024

    The rise of Soldiers of God: is Beirut back to the time of the militias?

    By Mohamad El Kari Members of Soldiers of God. Credit: An-Nahar They are a group of Lebanese muscular tattooed men…

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  • May282024

    Rebuilding Downtown Beirut: laying the foundations for division or reconciliation?

    By Clara May Beirut is the posterchild for a divided city. 15 years of fighting during Lebanon’s civil war (1975-1990)…

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  • Apr162024

    Green Mosul: how trees helped a city recover after conflict

    Dr Omar Mohammed is a renowned historian and the voice behind ‘Mosul Eye’, a blog which anonymously documented life under…

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  • Mar252024

    ‘These statues are not just pieces of stone’: How sculpture helps Mosul heal

    By Ali Al-Baroodi The city of Mosul in Iraq encloses the ruins of the ancient city of Nineveh, which was…

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  • Mar112024

    Understanding the role of unconscious bias in conflict dynamics

    By Emma Ciccarella Standing before members of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, in 1977, then President of Egypt, Anwar Sadat, declared that…

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  • Feb272024

    Photo essay: A week in Iraq

    In 2023, Dr Inna Rudolf, Dr Craig Larkin, and Dr Rajan Basra from the Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends…

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  • Feb132024

    The costs of ignoring conflict trauma in men and boys

    By Dr Heidi Riley and Clara May Content warning: contains mention of sexual violence and suicide. President Volodymyr Zelensky of…

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  • Jan032024

    Waiting for War: escalation on Lebanon’s southern border and conflict memory

    By Brontë Philips *This was written in December 2023, before the targeting of a senior Hamas commander in Beirut. Information…

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  • Oct172023

    Four years on from Lebanon’s 17 October revolution

    By Mohamad El Kari Visiting Lebanon today, it is difficult to escape the feeling that a collective sense of hopelessness…

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  • Aug172023

    What do we mean when we talk about ‘resilience’ to violent extremism?

    By Federica Calissano Speaking at a memorial event 10 years on from 9/11, then President of the United States, Barack…

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