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The Hague Conversations on Conflict: Pandemic and Politics – the South Caucasus and Corona

An expert discussion on the impact of COVID-19 on the domestic politics, regional dynamics, and external relations of the South Caucasus.
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The Hague Conversations on Conflict: China and the West – Avoiding a Confrontation

On Thursday, 28th of May, The Hague Conversations on Conflict turned its attention to growing tensions between China and the West on a range of issues from trade to the South China Sea, and which have been exacerbated by polemics around the…
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Conversations on Conflict discuss Radicalisation and Extremism

The Hague Conversations on Conflict successfully concluded four installments the previous year with a final discussion on radicalisation, extremism, and their link to violent conflict. This time Hub member organisation LINKS Europe and the…
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Conversations on Conflict explores Human Rights and Conflict

Last month the Humanity Hub hosted The Hague Conversations on Conflict that explored the complex connection between human rights and conflict. The well-attended event saw the participation of the civil society and press, diplomats, and others.…