What’s at stake in West Papua?

What’s at stake in West Papua?

By Mark Busse & Sophie Faber West Papua has been in the media more than usual over the last six months, with stories about indigenous protests against racism and repression, demands for independence, brutal Indonesian police and military crackdowns, and the...
Have targeted assassinations become normalised?

Have targeted assassinations become normalised?

By Ben Goldson According to a study titled “In the Frame,” commissioned by advocacy group, Drone Wars, the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in combat has worked to normalise the previously taboo practice of targeted assassinations. Central to this practice is the fight...
A crisis no more? Refugee journeys through the Balkans

A crisis no more? Refugee journeys through the Balkans

By Amanda Russell Beattie, Patrycja Rozbicka, Gemma Bird & Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik The ‘Refugee Crisis’, or more appropriately, the European Humanitarian Crisis, made headlines within and beyond Europe in 2015 when photographs of individuals arriving on European...
How legitimate is proxy warfare? 🔊

How legitimate is proxy warfare? 🔊

Global conflicts have become increasingly more complex, and often, external nations choose to intervene. However, interventions can often be indirect in the form of proxy actors. Why do states choose to use third parties to intervene in other nation’s civil wars and...

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