SAS Injured in Syria: Shouldn’t We Understand What Went Wrong?

If a discussion around special forces does not open, there is a clear risk that their deployment will risk contributing to the short-term-ism of Western engagements that have hugely detrimental long-term effects on places where the UK engages militarily.Read more

The Evolution of the Radical Right: An Interview with Matthew Feldman

Matthew Feldman, a specialist on fascist ideology, looks at how the radical right has changed over time.Read more

Violent Borders: An Interview with Reece Jones

Award-winning political geographer Reece Jones discusses the militarisation of borders by states and the detrimental consequences of this practice.Read more

Should An International Climate Crimes Tribunal Be Established?

Given the urgency of effective action on climate change, the idea of an international environmental court warrants careful consideration.Read more

Climate Change and Peace Operations

What can UN peace operations, designed primarily to supervise cease-fires and rebuild states after civil wars, do to protect the environment and combat the effects of climate change?Read more

Drone Proliferation: An Interview With Ulrike Franke

Specialist on European security and defence issues, Ulrike Franke, discusses the global proliferation of drone technology.Read more

The Alt-Right: An Introduction (Part II)

This concluding article in a two-part series examines the drivers behind the movement’s rise, particularly why the alt-right has gained prominence now, and where it may go in the future.Read more

The Alt-Right: An Introduction (Part I)

This article, the first in a two-part series, provides an overview of the “alt-right,” some of its major influences, and its distinctions from other right-wing movements.Read more

Iraq Unravelling? An Interview with Emma Sky

Former advisor to the US military in Iraq, Emma Sky, discusses the challenges currently facing the country.Read more