The Humanitarian Crisis in Tigray, Ethiopia – A Witness Report

It has been six months since the Ethiopian government launched a military operation against the regional Tigray People’s Liberation Front, TPLF, on November 4th 2020, after weeks of rising political tensions. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed declared a state of emergency and all communication to and from the region was stopped.

Yemen’s crisis: seven years of bombstorms, seven years of stalemate

Ten years ago, an unprecedented wave of social movements, sparked by weariness, hope, and a yearning for liberty and justice, led to the uprooting of several autocratic regimes in the Arab world. The mantra “the people want the fall of the regime” inspired millions of people to fight for dignity and

▶︎ Towards A Secure And Sustainable Space Age With Daniel Porras

Boom welcome to the Space Age! The Perspective met up with Daniel Porras to discuss the urgent need for corporations in outer space. Daniel who is the Director of Strategic Partnership and Communications at the Secure World Foundation and Non-Resident at the UN Institute for Disarmament Research, elaborates on astonishing

To The Frontline and Beyond. Portraits of Swedish War Correspondents

PART 3: Niclas Hammarström & Magnus Falkehed In a new interview series, The Perspective sat down with four Swedish foreign correspondents to discuss the contrasting realities of peace and conflict, and their own thoughts on the clashes they cover. Parts 1 (Johan-Mathias Sommarström) and 2 (Terese Cristiansson) were published in

How Abiy Ahmed Won the Nobel Peace Prize – and Lost the Trust of His People

About one year ago Abiy Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, travelled to Oslo to receive the Nobel Peace Prize 2019. The committee honoured him with the award “for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with