This piece argues that the Russian special military operation in Ukraine has entered a new phase that spells great danger for Ukraine and possibly the security of the world
On the anniversary of the Fall of Kabul, Mary Hunter investigates the differential treatment by the UK government towards Ukrainian and Afghan refugees, with the former arriving in greater numbers more quickly and with more support, despite the fact that many Afghans are at risk because of direct British involvement in Afghanistan. She posits that this two-tier system and the greater urgency expressed by the British public rests upon a Eurocentric and colonial mindset, which prioritises Ukrainian lives above those of Afghans. Ultimately, she concludes that these disparities are unacceptable and that Afghans are equally as deserving of British support as Ukrainians.
In this article, Alexander Lawson explores how Russia expected the conflict to unfold, the way it has in fact developed, and where things might go from here.
This article will focuses on the principle of distinction with regards to drone strikes and argues how drone warfare often fails to live up to this principle.
This article explores the international legal framework underlying economic sanctions and their efficacy as a tool of foreign policy
This article examines the potential impacts of the Russia Ukraine war on Pakistan’s trade
This article examines the legal aspects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine such as the questions of legality and the role of courts.