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On SAGE Insight: Masculinity nostalgia: How war and occupation inspire a yearning for gender order

From Security Dialogue War and occupation have altered the economic and political environment in the West Bank. Checkpoints, significant changes in industry and economic relations, as well as migration and displacement have all drastically altered daily life for Palestinians. This … Continue reading

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Living conditions in Iraq must improve if investment in health system is to yield results

Living conditions in Iraq: 10 years after the US-led invasion From Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Despite enormous investment in Iraq’s health system in the 10 years since the US-led invasion, the health condition of Iraqis has deteriorated … Continue reading

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How Afghanistan was broken: The disaster of the Soviet intervention

From International Area Studies Review As the US-led, NATO-organized and UN-mandated operation in Afghanistan draws to an uncertain end there is no point in looking back at the protracted disaster of the Soviet intervention to try and draw parallels with … Continue reading

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Climate change link to war remains tenuous

Special Issue: Climate change and conflict From Journal of Peace Research       Does climate change sow the seeds of war? Until recently, most answers to this political question have been based on speculation. This landmark issue investigates a host … Continue reading

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Witnessing the UK Wootton Bassett repatriations through media images: Implications for victimology

Witnessing Wootton Bassett: An exploration in cultural victimology From Crime Media Culture Wootton Bassett is a small town in England. It is situated close to the Royal Air Force Lyneham base where service personnel killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are … Continue reading

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