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Economists on Peace

The COVID-19 pandemic and inequality and democracy

Peace Science cannot ignore the recent erosion of liberal democracy across swathes of the developed and developing world in the past decade because of the potential for civil conflict emanating from these developments.

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Positive Peace Report 2022
Long-term peace trends in Mexico

Mexico has registered minor improvements in peacefulness in the last two years, though the country continues to face historically high levels of...

Violence containment spending in Mexico

In 2021, the economic impact of violence in Mexico was estimated to be 4.9 trillion pesos (US$243 billion), equivalent to 20.8 percent of Mexico’s...

ConflictIs the West funding the Russian war in Ukraine?

How important is the export of oil and natural gas to the West for the Russian military, both for the conduct of the war in the Ukraine and beyond?...

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