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North Korea – hermits or hawks?

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On the 16th of June it was reported that North Korea had demolished the North-South Korea liason offices in an explosion. This act of aggression follows breakdowns...

War movies: what distinguishes the good from the great?

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Sesha Subramanian evaluates what are the most important elements of a superlative war movie....

Cambridge University’s inane ‘wokeness’: a ploy beyond parody

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In a move that has shocked absolutely no one, Cambridge University has announced that it is banning armed forces personnel from carrying weapons at its freshers’ fair, stating...

Our top ten of the 2010s: The Imitation Game (2014)

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Kate Duckerton explains why the British spy-thriller biopic is the greatest film of the 2010's...

Was military intervention into ISIS necessary?

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On the 26th of October 2019, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi committed suicide in Syria by detonation of a suicide vest.  While in light of the atrocities that ISIS caused...

The Turkish Invasion of Syria, and our lack of response

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After having so valiantly fought against the forces of ISIS, led peaceful negotiations to stabilise the area surrounding Syria and fighting alongside British and American...

Remembrance day: We’ve already forgotten

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A hundred years is a long time in human years, but it is like a minute of a day from the view of history. The first world war – almost undisputedly the most horrific...

Review: A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer

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Carys Rose Thomas shares her thoughts on Bryony Kimmings' 'A Pacifist's Guide to the War on Cancer'....

Are Games Becoming too Militarised?

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Gerry Hart explores the relationship between video games and modern warfare....

Wolves in patriot’s clothing

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Opinion: Veterans have fought and died for our freedom and security. The politicians who command them haven’t had the same ideals. It’s that time of year again when many ...