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Blog

22nd July 2024
XCEPT  researcher Nils Mallock on his experience researching the psychological causes of violent and high-risk political action in Iraq and Lebanon.

Video

15th July 2024
Researchers working in borderland regions of Asia, the Middle East and Africa share their experiences and approaches to conducting fieldwork.

Blog

2nd July 2024
XCEPT researchers at ICSR consider whether the heightened presence of the Soldiers of God militia in Lebanon is a new force, or an echo of old histori...

Podcast

27th June 2024
Why do groups enter into conflict when a peaceful resolution could be reached?

Blog

19th June 2024
South Sudan may be the youngest country in the world, but it’s already undergone a huge amount of violence – and the ongoing civil war in Sudan looks ...

Podcast

13th June 2024
What makes a person or a community resilient to violent extremism? Are these inherent characteristics or are they something that can be taught?

Blog

6th June 2024
How the continued existence of transnational smuggling networks highlight current issues in addressing and tackling the drivers and sources of conflic...

Blog

6th June 2024
XCEPT Research Fellow Patta Scott-Villiers considers what counts as ‘good evidence’ within the context of war, peace and instability, and explores met...

Podcast

6th June 2024
In the latest episode of the XCEPT Breaking Cycles of Violence miniseries, Dr Omar Mohammed and Dr Marc Zimmerman, interviewed by Dr Nafees Hamid (Kin...

Blog

6th June 2024
Clara May considers how building work and reconstruction in Beirut remains founded upon ideological and historical divides, and asks whether reconcili...

Blog

22nd April 2024
The impacts of protracted conflict and climate change are felt more keenly in East Africa than almost anywhere else in the world. This means that inte...

Blog

16th April 2024
In this interview, Dr Omar Mohammed discusses the Green Mosul initiative, which was launched by the Mosul Eye Association in 2021 and leaves a legacy ...

Podcast

9th April 2024
Global trade and the transnational flow of people and goods can be negatively impacted by surging tensions or violence in fragile border regions. In t...

Podcast

27th March 2024
Bangladesh is facing a climate emergency. Although it is one of the world’s least polluting nations, it is already experiencing some of the most sever...

Podcast

21st March 2024
XCEPT researchers from Chatham House discuss how the Sinjar region is ever-more entangled in regional conflicts, and consider what can be done to ensu...

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