The systemic oppression continues despite three decades of the Royal Commission report May 2021 | IPRI Comments

It is time for the Australian government to re-evaluate the indigenous custodial deaths and ensure the implementation of the recommendations of the 1991 Royal Commission Report

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15 of the 23 global hunger hotspots are in Africa. Three reasons why May 2021 | IPRI Comments

Hunger in Africa affects different groups and individuals on different scales. However, the underlying causes and international indifference cut across the geographical boundaries.

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The US decision to withdraw is a call made too early. Three reasons why May 2021 | IPRI Comments

Although continuing the US deployment will not alter the realities in Afghanistan, the decision was made too early

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Violent protests in Colombia, US troops withdrawal in Afghanistan, and the battle for Marib in Yemen May 2021 | IPRI Comments

Conflict Weekly #69, 5 May 2021, Vol.2, No.5 An initiative by NIAS-IPRI & KAS-India Office

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IPRI Briefs

IPRI brief is a collection of working papers and research in progress contributed by young scholars. It provides a preliminary insight by the scholar in about 2000 words. It focuses on contemporary matters relating to human security, peace and conflict with special emphasis on issues concerning South Asia. This platform helps scholars explore areas in an interactive manner to help advance their research.

It is an information repository with high potential for scholars and researchers to explore newideas.IPRI brief is a platform for scholars to fine tune their initial approach and help add more value to the process of research.

For more information, kindly send an email to Prof D. Suba Chandran, at subachandran@gmail.com.

December 2020 | IPRI Briefs

Ballots and Bloodshed: Trends of electoral violence in Africa

April 2020| IPRI Briefs

The US and Taliban are partners now: What about the Afghan women?

March 2020| IPRI Briefs

Another Maoist ambush in Chhattisgarh: Lessons from a Failure

October 2019| IPRI Briefs

The Hong Kong Protests

IPRI Comments

IPRI commentary is a collection of viewpoints and reflection on issues, contributed by young scholars.It brings together young scholars on a single platform to express their opinions in a short commentary of 1000 words. In a systematic manner, the commentary tries to answer fundamental and subject specific questions taking into account contemporary, ongoing and issues of relevance.It provides a comprehensive coverage on subject matter from experts, specialists and enthusiasts and provides readers a thorough understanding of the subject.

The commentary addressesareas concerning humanitarian crisis, regional, bilateral conflicts, radicalization and environmental issues across the globe.Scholarly inputs with valuable content makes this a worthwhile read.

For more information, kindly send an email to Prof D. Suba Chandran, at subachandran@gmail.com.

May 2021 | IPRI Comments

The systemic oppression continues despite three decades of the Royal Commission report

May 2021 | IPRI Comments

15 of the 23 global hunger hotspots are in Africa. Three reasons why

May 2021| IPRI Comments

The US decision to withdraw is a call made too early. Three reasons why

May 2021| IPRI Comments

Violent protests in Colombia, US troops withdrawal in Afghanistan, and the battle for Marib in Yemen

April 2021| IPRI Comments

Israel-Syria missile strikes, Clashes in Somalia and Afghan meetings in Pakistan

Peace Lectures

April 2021

Free Trade in Post-Pandemic: Globalisation in slow motion

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August 2020

J&K Today One year after the removal of Article 370

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November 2019

Drivers of Conflict

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October 2019

Drivers of Migration: A Global Analysis

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April 2019

Liberal Democracies & Emerging Challenges

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January 2019

Gandhi at 150, India at 70

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July 2018

Sustaining Peace

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IPRI Workshops

May 2021

Jerusalem: Violence, Actors and Issues

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April 2021

Contemporary Sri Lanka: Two years after the Easter Sunday attacks; 50 years of the JVP

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April 2021

Book Discussion: Sri Lanka's geopolitical challenges: Conundrum of an Island

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April 2021

Afghanistan: a disrupted state in limbo

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April 2021

State of Maoist Insurgency

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April 2021

Conflict Weekly: An initiative by NIAS-IPRI & KAS-India Office

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April 2021

Sri Lanka: After UNHRC resolution 2021

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March 2021

Ten years of civil war in Syria

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March 2021

Fukushima: Ten Years Later

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March 2021

Fukushima: Ten Years Later (Panel Discussion)

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February 2021

Causes, Courses and Consequences of Coup

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February 2021

The War in Yemen: Domestic Issues, External Actors and Regional Stability

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February 2021

Gender protests against the abortion laws in Honduras, Argentina, Poland and Thailand

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June 2020

Black Lives Matter Protests

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June 2020

India – China Border Conflict

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May 2020

Hong Kong Protests: Five Factors in Perspective

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May 2020

Sri Lanka: One Year after the Easter Sunday Attacks

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December 2019

Peace Innovation and Peace Start Ups: An interaction with young scholars across South Asia

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November 2019

Inauguration of Young IPRI

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November 2019

Youth and Peace Start Ups: An Action Plan for Peace: National and Sub-Regional Perspectives

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November 2019

Armed Conflicts and Peace Processes, Authors Workshop

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December 2018

Armed Conflicts and Peace Processes, Young Scholars Workshop

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July 2018

Armed Conflicts and Peace Processes, Authors Workshop

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July 2018

Capacity Building Workshop on Armed Conflicts and Peace Processes

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