Monday Mar 17th, 2014

Iraq, detainee abuse, and the danger of humanitarian double standards

Eleven years ago this month the US-led military coalition crossed the ‘line of departure’ from Kuwait into Iraq. The full spectrum dominance of these forces produced a rapid victory over the Iraqi armed forces. Unfortunately, winning the peace turned out to be far more complex than winning the war (although for the Americans who bore the burden of securing that initial victory there was certainly… read more »

Monday Apr 14th, 2014

Jus post bellum and the ethics of peace

A fresh look at the core components of a classical concept
Monday Apr 14th, 2014

The Defamation Act 2013: reflections and reforms

Dr Matthew Collins SC on defamation
Saturday Apr 12th, 2014

Overcoming everyday violence [infographic]

How solutions like media coverage and business intervention have begun positive change
Mar 30th, 2014

The political economy of policy transitions

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Mar 26th, 2014

‘You can’t wear that here’

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