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Cathy Haenlein is Director of the Organised Crime and Policing research group and Senior Research Fellow at RUSI, with expertise in... read more
France appears to be relying on force to patch up problems in Africa, and particularly in Libya. None of this is compatible with President Macron’s lofty foreign policy declarations.
A changing climate is rapidly transforming the country.
Alexandria Reid reviews Fighting for Peace in Somalia: A History and Analysis of the African Union Mission (AMISOM), 2007–2017, by Paul D. Williams.
Adrian L Johnson
United Nations peacekeeping operations are once again under review. But is the political consensus on them unravelling?
James Kent’s film misunderstands the original purpose of Vera Brittain’s memoir but succeeds in portraying her personal traumas
Britain is set to deploy 600 additional military personnel to Sierra Leone to combat the Ebola virus. Yet the military is only half of what is needed to tackle this global threat.
Emma De Angelis
Emma De Angelis and Jenny Waldman discuss the role of art in commemorating the First World War.
Ewan Lawson reviews The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu: And Their Race to Save the World’s Most Precious Manuscripts, by Joshua Hammer.
New approaches are needed to address Nigeria’s massive corruption problem. Engaging the banking sector, the key facilitator of the theft of the nation’s wealth in this struggle, should be an urgent priority.