News Roundup 11 January – 17 January

About the author(s):

Andrea Farrés Jiménez is a qualified Spanish lawyer specialized in international humanitarian law, international security and arms control. She graduated from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in 2019 with a master’s in International Law. Her master’s thesis focused on the impact that new technologies and artificial intelligence have on IHL targeting principles. She worked as a legal expert for the Norwegian Refugee Council, the Spanish Permanent Mission in Switzerland and in The Netherlands, and the World Organization Against Torture, among other organizations. She has published on issues related to arms controls, gender, new technologies and the IHL targeting principles.

  1. Want global stability? Modify the U.S. approach to dealing with nonstate armed actors
  2. Ethiopia: A partial view of the humanitarian fallout emerges in Tigray
  3. Insecurity and bureaucracy hampering aid to Ethiopia’s Tigray region
  4. Serious repercussions likely to follow US plan to designate Yemen combatants terrorists, UN warns
  5. US ‘terror’ label on Yemen’s Houthis could hit peace talks, aid
  6. Colombia says ex-FARC reintegration must continue, despite setbacks
  7. The key trends to watch this year on nonstate armed actors
  8. US Consulate a turning point for disputed Western Sahara
  9. UN counter-terrorism chief urges continued vigilance against ‘real’ ongoing threat
  10. Rebels launch attacks on Central African Republic’s capital
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