Category Archives: Peacebuilding

Birds make diplomatic moves

Ornithology is very rarely linked to international geo-politics, but conservation of the Red Crowned Cranes and Black-faced Spoonbills in the Korean peninsula, as well as the water-birds of the East Asian-Australian Flyway and the glorious avifauna of Colombia, have highlighted … Continue reading

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Peace and wildlife

Given that war and wildlife have been such constant companions it is surprising how little is known about the causal linkage between the two. However, these areas concern The Marjan Centre and for the present the phrase ‘conflict and conservation’ … Continue reading

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Conserving the Peace

Media coverage of the M23 rebellion in eastern DR Congo has largely faded away in recent weeks, as is so often the case with Congo, but the Marjan Centre maintains its ongoing interest and focus on the region.  This time, … Continue reading

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