Africa’s forgotten war: The Western Sahara conflict Author: Mihir Yedur Much of Africa was born into conflict due to hasty and problematic decolonization mandates that were undertaken by colonial powers in response to growing pressure from the UN and a large part of the civilized world. Apart from leaving questions
Food Security and Conflicts. Case Study: Anglophone Crisis, Cameroon Author: John Carlvin Piyinchu There is a tragic link between conflict and hunger and how it still pervades far too much of the world. We need better and quicker access in all conflict zones, so we can get to more of
Sustainability and the faith in perpetual economic growth Author: Jan Breitling Translated into Spanish by Florencia Prieto Introduction Sustainable development is the dominant approach to tackle environmental and social crises since the Brundtland report of the WCED (World Commission on Environment and Development) in 1987, where the term was officially
The Venezuelan conflict is not about ideology, is about democracy, oil, and power Author: Diego Bautista Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González It is not about ideology “I question where are the flags of the Social Democracy and Social Christianism parties and how can they be against this Bolivarian
Fighting for a New Culture. How Activism is Needed to Gain Peace in the Fight Against Sexual Violence Author: Kolfinna Tómasdóttir Translated into Spanish by Ana Elena Acon “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever
The end of the war in Syria does not signify peace for the refugees. The need of the moment is for the international community to focus on post-conflict restructuring and the holistic economic, social, and political development of the Syrian refugees.