Umaima examines Turkey’s policy shift in Iraq and Syria, and why it’s confusing NATO. Is this a positive, or negative development in the fight against ISIS?
Victoria asks the questions: Why is sexualized violence so prevalent in modern and historical conflict? Is ISIS’ utilization of sexual violence and slavery the exception or the rule in war?
In Part Two of a three-part series, Jenny examines more closely Russia’s information warfare, and the influence media had in the 2014 Ukrainian Crisis.
In the first of a three-part series, Jenny examines information warfare from the perspective of Russia.
Victoria talks with Sindy Zemura-Woodward, who works with the Southern Africa Embrace Foundation, about the intersection between international development, security and women’s rights.
Hasan Siddiqui brings to light the brewing conflict between two militant groups in Afghanistan, the infamous Taliban and the ruthless ISIS
Are armed drones actually strategic in conflict? Our editors examine the pros and cons, and attempt to separate the moral argument from the strategic.
Hasan Siddiqui guides the discussion of shifting U.S. policy in Syria, tying in Iran’s nuclear programme negotiations and discontentment from America’s regional allies.
Crisis in the Mediterranean. Whose problem is it? Our Editors debate in this week’s Water Cooler. Also featuring an Atlantic Treaty Association official!
Elliot Cho reports on how Lithuania is preparing its people and armed forces for the worst case scenario and Lithuania’s contribution to NATO’s collective security in Europe.