South Sudan's political marketplace in eight cartoons. Art by Victor Ndula and text by Alex de Waal.
Explore Sudan and South Sudan's recent political history and access key documents on our interactive timeline.
Can we improve civilian protection by studying how mass atrocities have ended in the past? UN Photo/Martine Perret
The WPF's Sudan Peace Archive allows unprecedented access to the process of mediation in the Sudans.
For over 100 years, the WPF has sought to educate about the waste and destructiveness of war and preparation for war.
Associate Professor of Engineering and Political Science at MIT and World Peace Foundation Board Trustee, Ken Oye is quoted in The New York Times discussing the implications of synthesis of morphine from genetically engineered yeast, from the article published in the journal Nature, “Drugs: Regulate 'home-brew' opiates”.
Deborah Chasman is Coeditor of Boston Review. Prior to that she worked at Beacon Press (1989-2002) where she developed the list in race, ethnicity, and social justice before becoming Editorial Director. She has served as a judge for the National Magazine Awards and the Pulitzer Prize. Click here to learn more about the WPF Board of Trustees.
Twenty years ago today the policy of the “safe havens” in Bosnia’s war collapsed, not in the hills of eastern Bosnia, but in a meeting in London.While it is more important to mark the anniversary of genocide at Srebrenica, today should not be forgotten. Nor should the shift be simplified into a redemption story for [...]
Laura Seay with Alex de Waal, From The Washington Post, July 17, 2015, Monkey Cage
In today’s hyper-connected world, it’s easier than ever for those who live thousands of miles away from a conflict area to learn about a crisis. When people of good will hear about a crisis, be it the plight of [...]