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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

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...

Article

21st March 2024
In Lebanon, the plotlines and entanglements portrayed on the small screen echo the truth of corrupt systems that work against the everyday Lebanese po...

Event

27th March 2024
Join us on 27 March, 14:00 GMT to discuss changes to economic power in Afghanistan.

Photo Essay

14th March 2024
In 2023, Dr Inna Rudolf, Dr Craig Larkin, and Dr Rajan Basra visited Iraq to understand more about the dynamics of the reconstruction process and to f...

Event

12th March 2024
Join us and researchers from University of Bath and the MENA Social Policy Network (University of Birmingham) on Tuesday, 12 March 9:30 – 10:30 GMT. ...

Event

29th February 2024
On 29 February 2024, XCEPT partner Chatham House will hold a webinar focusing on Niger’s coup and regional security implications.

Podcast

22nd February 2024
Why are current conflict trauma conditions in Lebanon so reminiscent of the past? The current tension between Israel and Hezbollah demonstrates how pr...

Podcast

2nd February 2024
Tens of thousands of children currently live in dire conditions in Al-Hol camp in Syria – and there are concerns this makes them vulnerable to radical...

Podcast

11th January 2024
Dr Cook talks to Dr Fiona McEwen about the different ways a child’s life can be impacted when a family member is involved in violent extremism.

Podcast

4th January 2024
In a new episode of the Breaking Cycles of Conflict mini-series, XCEPT researchers Dr Craig Larkin, Dr Inna Rudolf, and Dr Rajan Basra explore issues ...

Blog

3rd January 2024
As conflict at Lebanon’s border with Israel continues to escalate, this blog explores how Lebanon’s legacy of war memory is shaping fears and response...

Article

2nd January 2024
In post-conflict settings like Mosul, Iraq, heritage restoration is a nuanced and ever-evolving process, where shared cultural foundations amidst conf...

Event

14th December 2023
On 14 December 2023, XCEPT partner Chatham House will hold a webinar focusing on the increasingly complex web of national, military, and militant inte...

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