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Stefan Simanowitz recalls the story of Reg Keys and a very special 2005 election campaign.

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Guadalupe Cortés Vega analyses the homicide crisis.

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Daiva Repečkaitė reports on the rise of all things military in Lithuanian society.

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

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

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

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

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

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Andrew Noakes cautions against intervention in Nigeria.

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

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

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

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

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

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Virgil Hawkins decries the media’s bias in reporting on tragedy.

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Cristiana Moisescu argues that the Charlie Hebdo attacks are all about politics, not religion.

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