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Sisyphos’s task in the DRC

While working on a mediation support task during the Kampala talks, it became quite evident, that the surprising-not-so-surprising victory of the FARDC over the M23 rebel movement would be a momentous event, not necessarily followed by a thorough process of … Continue reading

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Congo, beyond the conflict: Six reasons why it matters – CNN.com

Conflict zones are not just zones of despair, crises, and suffering. There are many shades of grey. And, in order to look beyond the pain and brainstorm creative ideas, it pays off to look at all sides of a story. … Continue reading

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