Beachwood, Oh. (Special to Informed Comment) – With precarious standoffs in Libya’s Tripoli and Syria’s Idlib on the verge of collapsing amid fresh waves of violence, it is worth considering why peace processes so often fail to preempt such catastrophes and how they might respond to them. Yemen, where the conflict has been mired in […]
Eian Katz is Assistant Counsel at Public International Law and Policy Group. The opinions expressed here are his own.