Why Is Colombia's President Working Against a Landmark Peace Deal With the FARC Guerrillas?
Colombia's new president, Ivan Duque, wants to weaken the deal, which he sees as "too lenient" on the fighters who once terrorized the country.
Viewfinder: A Referendum for Peace in the Southern Philippines
Residents flock to a local polling precinct to cast their votes on February 6th, 2019, in Tubod, Lanao del Norte, southern Philippines.
Breaking Down the Complicated Peace Talks Between the U.S. and the Taliban
Negotiations between the two parties are a stark reminder of the challenges in getting an armed movement to embrace the end of violent conflict.
Bringing Female Voices Into Sudan's Male-Dominated Peace Talks
A conversation with Rasha El Fangry, the coordinator of the Collaborative for Peace of Sudan.
Could the Withdrawal of a Controversial Candidate Help Maintain Peace in Colombia?
The FARC-backed presidential candidate Rodrigo Londoño pulled out of the race over health concerns, but his violent past had made his candidacy a divisive one.
Colombia's Road to Peace Remains Littered With Uncertainty
After a major court decision protecting a peace agreement between rebel groups and the government, the future looks promising for Colombia, but the process is still far from over.
Teaching Peace in Peshawar
One woman living in one of the most dangerous and unstable regions in the world has a radical idea: peace curriculums. By working with both students and mothers, she's been able to stem the tide of violent extremism in her school. Now, it's time to take her plan nationwide.