New Internationalist

War and Peace

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Flirting with the army, endangering peace

Using the military in political games could be catastrophic for Colombia’s peace process, says Leonardo Goi.

Filed in: Colombia Military Politics War and Peace

We need to end the pro-military consensus

And to do that, says Andrew Smith, we have to close the revolving door between arms companies and government.

Filed in: Arms Politics

The perpetrator, the victim, and a play of reconciliation

Dave Wybrow explains the lessons to be learnt from a long-ago terrorist act. 

Filed in: Culture England Ireland Northern Ireland Terrorism

Step back from a dangerous path

Pakistan can’t afford to get involved in Saudi Arabia’s assault on Yemen rebels, argues Syed Hamad Ali.

Filed in: Conflict Military Pakistan Saudi Arabia Yemen

No peace with impunity for Colombia

Leonardo Goi looks at the country’s complicated process of justice.

Filed in: Colombia Conflict War and Peace

Foreign mercenaries will worsen the Boko Haram insurgency

Andrew Noakes cautions against intervention in Nigeria.

Filed in: Conflict Nigeria Terrorism

Syria’s shameful healthcare quagmire

Tom Templeton looks at a country’s ruined health, four years after the conflict started.

Filed in: Conflict Health Syria

Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.

Filed in: Human Rights Minorities Turkey Violence

Professor Big Brother and his radical students – who should we fear most?

Akil N. Awan decries the government’s latest counter-terrorism measure.

Filed in: Education Terrorism United Kingdom

Arms trade treaty is just a fig leaf

New legislation won’t end arms sales to oppressors, but political will can, says Andrew Smith.

Filed in: Arms England Trade

The rise of religious identities and the Charlie Hebdo attack​

Akil N. Awan looks at the religion behind the motivations for the shocking attack in Paris.

Filed in: France Religion Terrorism

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