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An autobiography by General Roméo Dallaire, commander of the United Nations force in Rwanda (UNAMIR
Book by John Hughes Wilson
Book by George Franklin
Review of Hitler’s Mediterranean Gamble. The North African and the Mediterranean Campaigns in World War II and Eighth Army. From the Western Desert to the Alps, 1939-1945
Having won the Cold War ‘America had become much more’ than just another superpower: it had, in effect, become an imperial power enjoying unprecedented preponderance in a world without serious opposition to its hegemony.
Jehane Noujaim’s documentary film of the Arabic news channel Al-Jazeera during the Iraq War.
A retrospective photographic exhibition by Tom Stoddart
Despite fighting together in the First World War, the UK and USA parted ways after the conflict ended. How did American and British leaders get it right a second time, and keep their relationship going after World War II?
Historian Jeremy Black argues that the contested relationship between different narratives of military history impinge directly on the character of international relations.
New Zealand High Commissioner to the UK assesses the security situation in the Pacific Rim, noting that it is important that the region is not seen as a soft touch.
The NATO Secretary-General argues that missions such as Afghanistan present wholly new challenges for NATO in terms of generating forces.
Deputy Commander of the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps-Italy offers a first-hand review of NATO's Response Force.
Defence Reforms achieved within Bosnia and Herzegovina have been remarkable and merits the country's application to join NATO’s Partnership for Peace (PfP).
There are important issues of threats to our security, argues the UK’s Security and Intelligence Co-ordinator, David Omand, that do merit exploring, both to help create an informed public understanding and to advance our grasp of the issues themselves.
The European Union has considerable potential as partner for the UN in developing and strengthening its capacity for rapid response – particularly in Africa.
A former UK Ambassador to the UN, argues that the United Nations must be more than an international body that names and shames.
Our intelligence community costs upwards of £1.5 billion annually, and prides itself on the top level assessments of its much admired Joint Intelligence Committee (the JIC), yet something went wrong.Intelligence