Daily Review: Is Conflict Prevention Dead?

Daily Review: Is Conflict Prevention Dead?
A U.N. peacekeeper from Bangladesh waves to a local resident from an armored vehicle, in Gao, Mali, Nov. 7, 2018 (Kyodo photo via AP Images).

Today at WPR, we’re covering multistate solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Pheu Thai-led government in Thailand.

But first, we’re taking today’s newsletter to look broadly at the global implications of recent conflict dynamics.

The news dominating headlines continues to be the war in Gaza, a conflict already so deadly and destructive that it has overshadowed the war in Ukraine—which, according to a top Ukrainian general, has reached a stalemate—to say nothing of the military conclusion of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in September.

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