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WarPod Ep #12 | The Protection of Civilians in the Sahel

Liam Walpole is joined by two experts from the Danish Institute for International Studies to examine the importance of effective protection of civilians, looking at case studies from the Sahel and West Africa.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

The Integrated Review: Lessons Learned From Remote Warfare

Ahead of the upcoming Integrated Review, this briefing addresses how the Review can take into account the key challenges remote warfare could present in the future.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Special Podcast | 5 Years into the War in Yemen – Debunking 5 Myths

Marwa Baabbad is joined by the Middle East Institute's Nadwa Al-Dawsari and Fatima Abo Alasrar to debunk five popular myths about the conflict in Yemen.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Planning for the World After COVID-19: Assessing the Domestic and International Drivers of Conflict

This article will examine how COVID-19 contributes to domestic and international drivers of instability. It will argue that the best way to address these challenges is through improved dialogue at the international and local level.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Westminster Round-Up | April 2020

Liam Walpole and Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen discuss the latest defence and security policy developments in UK politics.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

Austerity in the Age of COVID-19: A Match Made in Hell?

The COVID-19 pandemic has been described as the biggest crisis facing the world since the end of the Second World War. The pandemic has raised serious questions about whether the political and economic systems in many states can deal with a crisis of this nature.

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Author: Alasdair McKay

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