Norwegian Steinar Bryn has worked with dialogue as a tool in international conflict resolution for more than 20 years. In this article, RIKO seeks to learn from his experience.
President of self-proclaimed republic of Transnistria, Evgheni Sevciuk, announced recently that the separatist region is prepared to hold a referendum on independence. Transnistria, the small strip of land in Eastern Moldova, won a brief war of independence against Moldovans after the collapse of the USSR in 1991, but without obtaining recognition in the international community. A referendum for independence might soon be on its way, disrupting an already dire situation.
Interview with Lars Erslev Andersen The US-led coalition has been dropping bombs over Iraq since august in the fight against the Islamic State. They have…