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Articles and opinion

Article / 23rd May 2019

Nonviolent protests are twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts – and those engaging a threshold of 3.5% of the population have never failed to bring about change, writes David Robson.

Article / 23rd May 2019

The wellbeing of families is facing challenges on many fronts and – particularly in the developing world – climate change is perhaps the greatest of these as it is exacerbating hunger and food insecurity, explains Siddharth Chatterjee for the Inter Press Service.

Article / 17th May 2019

In his 900th column for openDemocracy, Paul Rogers shows how economics and climate demand a new approach to international security.

Article / 1st May 2019

The UK is an outlier for subscribing to international treaties that enshrine socioeconomic rights, but without incorporating them in domestic law, writes Koldo Casla and Peter Roderick.