While ‘War Crimes’ is a fictional story, prosecuting atrocity crimes in the real world remains a complex, and sometimes infuriatingly slow, process.
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Having queer characters in works, even when the narrative is not specifically about being queer, is crucial.
As the policy record – especially the Iran deal – shows, Obama’s approach can bring positive, even game changing, results at a relatively small cost.
Food has become a powerful tool of peacebuilding. Food gives diplomacy a boost and Chefs are among the new social entrepreneurs trying to change the world.
The benefits of a no-first-use policy are unlikely to materialize. Rather, the US is much more likely to see a number of negative consequences.
Recent films, productions and research have played a role in creating the post 9/11 world and its imaging in the media.
As long as military and political leaders are aware of the effects of nuclear weapons, the barrier to crossing the nuclear threshold would remain prohibitively high.
Battling the everyday struggles of a lagging economy, it is the next goal or gold medal that Kosovo greatly relies on for the dissemination of its political voice.
Erdoğan and his allies need to come to terms with the reality that the only way to foster Syrian national unity is to have cordial relations with Syrian Arab Republic.
The proliferation of sovereign states has been a defining feature of the post World War II era. We are living in an age of secession.
Labour in opposition must conduct itself in a way that increases its political platform for the next general election. Is there a bigger platform than faith and religion?
Contrary to the hegemonic paradigm that has portrayed the military as an elitist institution, this paper considers civil-military relations as a field of class struggle.