- 2021Political Violence At A Glance
Among its many deleterious effects on social well-being, violent conflict—including widespread criminal violence—can undermine economies by…
- 2021ESOC Working Paper Series
Anti-personnel landmines are one of the main causes of civilian victimization in conflict-affected
areas and a significant obstacle for post-war reconstruction. Demining campaigns are therefore a
promising policy instrument to promote long-term development.
The Wall Street Journal’s Facebook Files series resumed last week, revealing that the platform took action against an online campaign to set up a new right-wing “Patriot Party” after the Jan. 6 insurrection. Earlier this month news outlets reported that a number of former employees excoriated the company’s content moderation practices in their departure emails.
- 2021International Crisis Group
As Nicolás Maduro forces dissidents to flee Venezuela, exiles have come to play important roles influencing both the opposition’s political strategy and international policy toward Caracas. Analysis of social media suggests that exile can lead opposition members to use strident rhetoric and advocate aggressive ideas more often than domestic counterparts.
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