A partnership between Foreign Policy and the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School, the Peace Channel is FP’s home for cutting-edge analysis and reporting on international conflict prevention and resolution. The Peace Channel’s authors examine what’s driving the world’s most vexing challenges and explore new ways to resolve the conflicts that threaten lives, livelihoods, and human dignity.
Abiy Ahmed and Isaias Afwerki are racing toward peace because they both face the same threat: hard-liners in the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front.
The United States and Arab governments have abandoned the Palestinian cause and believe they can browbeat Mahmoud Abbas into submission.
The world is less dangerous than it was a year ago — but the long-term trends, if you're not American, have gotten cloudier.
The United Nations needs to accept that it's possible to fight and broker peace agreements at the same time.
Trump’s plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace is fanciful, dangerous, and not going anywhere.
The founder of the games dreamed of inspiring world peace. He created an event that's always done the opposite.
The president promised to deliver peace. But in his first year, he expanded every war he inherited.
For two centuries, countries have used low-wage labor to climb out of poverty. What will happen when robots take those jobs?