Monday Feb 3rd, 2014

Invoking the language of ‘savagery’ and ‘barbarism’ in international law debates

By Catriona Drew
A decade after Iraq, the chemical weapons attacks against Syrian civilians in Eastern Damascus on 21 August 2013 sparked a political and public debate in the United Kingdom about the legality of military intervention. For international-law veterans of Kosovo and Iraq, the central question was familiar. read more »

Tuesday Jul 22nd, 2014

The downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17

The day Russia became a state sponsor of terrorism
Sunday Jul 20th, 2014

Hobby Lobby and the First Amendment

Richard H. Weisberg on Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Hobby Lobby decision
Saturday Jul 19th, 2014

What is the Islamic state and its prospects?

James L. Gelvin on hat everyone needs to know
Friday Jul 18th, 2014

Cameron’s reshuffle

Simon Usherwood explores whether David Cameron is preparing for a new term in office or rearranging deckchairs
Jul 2nd, 2014

Do we have too much democracy?

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Jun 30th, 2014

Margot Asquith’s Great War diary

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Jun 25th, 2014

Undermining society – the Immigration Act 2014

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Jun 22nd, 2014

Scotland’s return to the state of nature?

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Jun 22nd, 2014

Books by design

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Jun 21st, 2014

Obama’s predicament in his final years as President

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