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The pro-war voices on David Cameron's first world war committee co-ordinating next year's centenary events are getting louder and more shrill
Supporting the troops is increasingly used as a substitute for supporting unpopular wars, and the poppy appeal is part of that process.
It is simple to just write off Afghanistan as a ‘failed state’, without contextualising the reasons as to why the country is in turmoil
Increased U.S. spending, especially at Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, reflects Africa's growing importance to counter-terrorism efforts
Art will influence how the Iraq war is remembered, and the image that stands as popular history is the one of Blair taking his "maniacal selfie" in front of the flames of devastation.