Amid recent calls to confront the colonial roots of systemic racism in British society – including its criminal justice system,… Read more Law Reform is Needed to Address Colonial Legacies of Racism and Abuse
Cultural, urban, and political geographers have an established literature examining the monumental landscape. Often overlooked by scholars in larger disciplines,… Read more On the monumental
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File under studies in what makes ignorance… A new study of public attitudes on U.S. foreign policy issues finds that… Read more America Adrift – Center for American Progress
On 16 September 2016, Ukraine instituted arbitral proceedings against Russia under Part XV and Annex VII of the 1982 United… Read more Ukraine v. Russia: Passage through Kerch Strait and the Sea of Azov | Völkerrechtsblog
Two renderings of walls challenge our geopolitical imagination of what linear fortification really entails.
The Kurdish referendum highlighted the fact that external powers have long used the Kurds as a important allies in the… Read more Kurdish Independence or Autonomy
The controversy in Hong Kong over an extradition treaty with mainland China is not really about the murder suspect in… Read more Extradition to authoritarian states–what good?
It is interesting to think of how private insurance relates to the concept of war. Here, private insurance shows its… Read more Big Companies Thought Insurance Covered a Cyberattack. They May Be Wrong. – The New York Times
Delphine Dogot argues that “war does not escape the transformations global governance has experienced in the past decades.” Specifically, she… Read more The Legal Metamorphosis of War | University of Oxford Podcasts – Audio and Video Lectures