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Annual Analysis – Upcoming conflicts for 2017

Switzerland, 09/02/2017

Which conflicts will concern us this year? The annual analysis provides plausible answers to this question. In addition, new risk zones will be revealed and the development of ongoing crises assessed. Our partner, Conias Risk Intelligence, has contributed informative risk maps to the annual analysis, which contain de-tailed information about risk levels.

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Violence overshadows Kenya prior to election year

Kenya, 15/12/2016

Parliamentary and presidential elections are to take place in Kenya next year, but the atmosphere in this East African country is already simmering. Violent demonstrations by the opposition and equally violent oppression by the government are escalating the conflict; there have already been casualties and injuries. A detailed analysis provides information and explains the reasons for the turmoil and future prospects for Kenya.

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A supposed friend of Russia becomes new President

Bulgaria, 28/11/2016

Rumen Radew is the name of Bulgaria’s newly elected President. Opposition candidate Radew will take over the official duties starting in January 2017. The political newcomer is seen as Russian-friendly and is pushing to lift sanctions against the big brother state. How is it that a pro-Russian candidate was able to clench the election and what kind of impact will the Bulgarian decision have?

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On being a tourist in a conflict area: Impressions of everyday life in Israel

Israel, 21/09/2016

Reda Philippe El Arbi was supposed to go to Israel for work. However, things turned out differently and, instead, the journalist and blogger ended up getting to know the land and its people. El Arbi experienced openness and a zest for life, on the one hand, and personal discrimination, on the other and, above all, incredible solidarity amongst the locals. In this interview, he talks about his experiences, hipsters, Orthodox Jews and a peaceful coexistence in a country that is primarily known to us as an area that has been marked by war for generations.

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An apparently hopeless conflict

Israel, 12/09/2016

In Israel, a small country that lies between Egypt and Syria, being in a state of emergency is almost normal. The decades-long conflict between Palestinians and Israelis threatens the safety of the population on a daily basis. The number of terrorist attacks last year rocketed, and, in turn, bombings have been increased. Even tourist areas in Tel Aviv have not been spared. This, despite the fact that the majority of people on both sides want peace. What would it take to finally reach a peaceful solution?

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