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Jonathan Eyal reviews three books that revisit the Cold War
Andrew Glazzard reviews Anonymous Soldiers: The Struggle for Israel, 1917–1947, by Bruce Hoffman
Eduardo W Aboultaif
Historically, the Lebanese army’s neutral stance has been crucial to maintaining stability in the country – while its taking sides in political crises can precipitate violent struggles for power
The 'disappearance' of nuclear weapons, however brief, sat in the realm of fiction, until August 30 that is....
Negotiating on the Edge: North Korean Negotiating Behaviour - by Scott Snyder
is reviewed by John Hemmings
Dramatic pictures of flooding across the UK broadcast over the last few days vividly demonstrate how fragile our people, towns and infrastructure are in the face of unrelenting nature.
What is the real motive behind Moscow's apparent change of heart over US plans for a European ballistic missile defence system?
Adam Leong Kok Wey
Despite the tragedy of the bloody Nazi reprisals, the bold assassination of Reinhard Heydrich may have saved the borders of Czechoslovakia
Group Captain Maurice Dixon, from the Royal Air Force, explains the steps being taken to ensure that the service is playing its part in achieving a smaller carbon footprint