Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

PRIF sets out to analyze the causes of violent international and internal conflicts, carrying out research into the conditions necessary for peace and working to spread the concept of peace. The Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF), part of the Leibniz Association, is one of the leading peace research institutes in Europe and is located in Frankfurt am Main.


Interviews and Articles on Current Topics

16. April 2024
Phoenix/ARD – Nicole Deitelhoff (in German)
Nach dem Krieg? Möglichkeiten für Frieden
15. April 2024
taz lab – Daniel Mullis (in German)
Krisen, Rechtsruck und die Mitte
13. April 2024
Tagespiegel/Neue Kolumne „Die Welt im Blick“ – Nicole Deitelhoff (Paywall)
Krisenexperten analysieren globale Sicherheit: „Die tektonischen Platten der Weltordnung verschieben sich“
12. April 2024
Melbourne Asia Review – Pascal Abb (Min 24:18)
What China’s ambitions in Pakistan mean for Baloch aspirations and identity


A Green Recovery for Ukraine: How to Avoid the Trap of Green Colonialism?   

The environment is not a silent victim in Russia’s war against Ukraine; the long-term threats for the people of Ukraine are already visible. The environmental dimension of the war has been documented…

The Philippine National Police: Finally Putting Limits to Police Use of Deadly Force?   

On March 22, 2024, Davao City mayor Sebastian Duterte declared that “Davao City is at war against drugs.” In the following days, seven suspects were killed in police anti-drug operations. However,…

A Gap between Social and Ecological Rights: A Commentary after One Year of the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act   

Frequent violations of human, labor, and environmental rights continue to impact supply chains globally, with notable prevalence in the Global South, but also in the Global North. The German Supply…

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