Showing posts tagged as "photos"

Showing posts tagged photos

18 Jun

Sudan’s Spreading Conflict (II): War in Blue Nile is the second report in a series that analyses the roots of the conflicts that continue in Sudan’s peripheries despite the secession in 2011 of South Sudan. The Blue Nile fighting resumed two months after South Sudan’s independence and shows no sign of ending anytime soon.

See our full slideshow for more photos by analyst Jérôme Tubiana.

Sudan’s Spreading Conflict (II): War in Blue Nile is the second report in a series that analyses the roots of the conflicts that continue in Sudan’s peripheries despite the secession in 2011 of South Sudan. The Blue Nile fighting resumed two months after South Sudan’s independence and shows no sign of ending anytime soon.

See our full slideshow for more photos by analyst Jérôme Tubiana.

22 Feb

Photos from Crisis Group’s slideshow accompanying our recent report, Sudan’s Spreading Conflict (I): War in South Kordofan

Check out these stunning images from Crisis Group’s Sudan Analyst, Jérôme Tubiana, when he traveled around the region early last year and read the accompanying report, Sudan’s Spreading Conflict (I): War in South Kordofan

Check out these stunning images from Crisis Group’s Sudan Analyst, Jérôme Tubiana, when he traveled around the region early last year and read the accompanying report, Sudan’s Spreading Conflict (I): War in South Kordofan

27 Jul

Crisis Group’s North East Project Director Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt traveled recently to North Korea, returning with an array of photos that show life inside the isolated country. Visit her personal site for the full set, or try this article from Business Insider.

9 Mar

The complete set of Communications & IT Officer Ben Dalton’s photos from a recent trip to Crisis Group’s Tbilisi office is now up on Flickr. But click above for a sampling!

22 Feb

Some additional shots from Communications & IT Officer Ben Dalton’s recent trip to Georgia. Head to Flickr for the full set.

PHOTOSET (Flickr)

Communications & IT Officer Ben Dalton traveled to Crisis Group’s South Caucasus office in Tbilisi, Georgia—and here are some photos from the trip. Included are shots from Tserovani IDP settlement, one of the largest settlements for those displaced by the 2008 South Ossetia war, and residents of an all-but-abandoned border village just a stone’s throw from the closely guarded Administrative Boundary Line that now defines South Ossetia. To listen to a podcast from Ben’s trip, click here—and look for more material from the trip in the coming weeks!

PHOTOSET (Flickr)