The defence is made for U.S. foreign policy with regards to Syria, and that past behaviour shouldn’t affect people’s view of the current foreign policy regarding Syria
David Jeffery looks at how the prohibition of chemical weapons has set back the prospects for peaceful insurgencies and a revolution in warfare
‘Justice cannot be for one side alone’: putting “international” back into the International Criminal Court.
Phil Armitage argues that the International Criminal Court should be taking a much tougher and thorough stance to war crimes, to not only rid claims of racism and to bring justice to all those affected.
This article explores the changing relationship between the Mexican government and the media over the battle of the Narco – does the media have the power to affect public expectations?