Browsing Tag Global Peace Index

Keeping the peace profitable in Mozambique

Keeping the peace profitable in Mozambique

Mozambique has profited from its long period of peace, both in terms of tourism and foreign investment, but if they don't transform the current conflict left over from the civil war, they have a lot to lose. Tourism is already suffering... who knows what will be...

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Peace Could be Possible in Turkey

Peace Could be Possible in Turkey

If Turkey wants to join the ranks of countries like Norway, Canada and Japan, it has some work to do. May 9, 2013 - Last month, I was invited to teach a Peace Journalism course and speak at a conference in Istanbul, Turkey which gave me an opportunity to revisit and...

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Steve Killelea – Quantifying Peace

Steve Killelea – Quantifying Peace

A few years ago, I was traveling in Congo and got to thinking, "What are the most peaceful countries in the world?" I really got curious about that question and started doing some research on it, but couldn't find anything. And I thought if a business man like me can't find the...

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Global Peace Index – Studying the Economics of Peace

Global Peace Index – Studying the Economics of Peace

  The Global Peace Index, produced by the Institute for Economics and Peace, is the world’s leading measure of global peacefulness. It gauges ongoing domestic and international conflict, safety and security in society, and militarization in 153 countries by taking into...

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