The fight for Donetsk Airport has been fierce, and also pointless, according to Gregory Pichorowycz. But perhaps it can teach us something about Putin’s strategy in Ukraine.
September 29 is to become the UK’s official Bomb Iraq Day in recognition of the country’s long-held tradition.
The U.N. has dispatched several hundred peacekeepers to Milton St, Sheffield, where U.N. inspectors claim that severe ‘humanitarian concern’ is apparent at the nightclub Corporation.
After many years of senseless and bitter rivalry, Sheffield Debating Society have finally decided to ‘resolve their differences’, The Doodle Slug has been informed
David Jeffery looks at how the prohibition of chemical weapons has set back the prospects for peaceful insurgencies and a revolution in warfare
Sam Toombs explores the importance of the Second Boer War, and how many characteristics of warfare used would rear their heads as the 20th century progressed.
In this article, Thomas Leighton explores the relationship between Turkey and Syria in the wake of the Arab Spring.
Joe Austin examines the dark side of oil, looking beyond the immediate financial benefits of sitting on ‘black gold’.
Ben Douglass analyses the recent Israel-Palestine conflict
Article by Eleanor Pierpoint