European leaders expressed solidarity with people trapped in Kabul with no reference to the people trapped in makeshift camps on its periphery.
Named after a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina, NASA’s Martian landing spot is a distant reminder of less peaceful times on Earth.
The pandemic has added to an already desperate situation.
What can be the road ahead for Kosovo and Serbia under the EU patronage?
Kofi Annan’s tenure began after the reintroduction of two important international security lexicons – peacebuilding and human security.
Post-conflict processes are often slowed down or even halted by fear. Can Colombia buck the trend?
The foreign secretary will host a summit in London this summer on helping Balkan states join the EU.
The revelation that a Bosnian company had broken the arms embargo on Iraq unified three armies which had been fighting each other a decade before.
Former commander of the Bosnian Serb army Ratko Mladic has been found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Survivors of the atrocities have today welcomed the long-awaited news.
Forensic science of the dead helps to convict the living responsible.
Ending violence is only a first step. Research from Colombian universities sheds light on the role of education in peace-building.
How long does it take to make peace? Decades after the end of the Bosnian war, just one in six residents felt that country had reached reconciliation.
A spate of low-level terrorist incidents has the authorities arguing, instead of tackling the problem.
Former Bosnian Serb leader guilty of one count of genocide and numerous war crimes after 18 months of deliberation.
A four year trial and several years of deliberation later, and an international tribunal is to decide on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
Louis Monroy Santander has been looking at how locals in the town of Sanski Most are moving on after a brutal conflict.
Set up between the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, the Nuremburg Trials founded an entire legal system the world now takes for granted.
Genocide has occurred throughout history, from the very beginnings of the social organisation of human communities until the present. But working out what do about it is no easy task.
In the run up to the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, nationalists are fuelling divisions.
Twenty years after the mass killings of 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica in 1995 during the Balkan War, Europeans still grapple with the legacy of genocide.