In September 2015, Nepal adopted its first democratic constitution. Since then, it has been marked by protests and blockades.
The new Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Patricia Scotland, Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC, must rebuild an institution which her predecessor, Indian diplomat Kamalesh Sharma, pushed towards irrelevance... Read More
Animosity between the Jammu and Kashmir regions runs deep. In a tense environment, local conflicts often have far-reaching impact and must be resolved swiftly.
A spate of “white van” abductions in Northern Sri Lanka raises memories from the past, and does damage to Sri Lanka’s hopes for peace.
In the fourteenth year of Afghanistan’s war, a resurging Taliban and expanding ISIS are forcing the west to react.
TransConflict is pleased to present research into peace education and peacebuilding efforts in Afghanistan, undertaken by the Peace and Human Rights Organization (PHRO) from Afghanistan, a member... Read More