To mark World Refugee Day 2018, this research note pulls together data on refugees, migrants and labour conditions for the 170 countries compared in Oxford Research Group’s forthcoming Sustainable Security Index (SSI).
To mark World Environment Day 2018, this research note pulls together data on the climate change impact of the 170 countries compared in Oxford Research Group’s forthcoming Sustainable Security Index.
First in a five-part series on remote warfare and the MDP. Remote warfare is often presented as a lower risk, lower cost alternative to the large-scale deployment of British combat […]
British foreign policy expert James Strong discusses the history and evolution of the War Powers Convention and how this concept applies to the UK’s use of remote warfare.
Many studies on the motivations of Islamic State foreign fighters emphasise the role of low socio-economic prospects. But interviews with fighters suggest greater attention should be given to the role of religiosity.
The Somali peacekeeping experience, which spans over two decades, provides a good example of the evolving roles of the AU and the UN in responding to conflicts and crises in Africa.
El Salvador’s gang truce offers a compelling example of how a society steeped in gang violence might pursue dialogue while also highlighting the threats posed to any negotiation process.
Criminal gangs pose a substantial threat to security in the Western hemisphere, but they often fall outside the scope of conventional approaches to mediation and negotiation. Nevertheless, there are ways to negotiate […]
Trinidad and Tobago is experiencing high levels of crime. It was hoped that a new substantive Commissioner of Police would be appointed and begin the process of reforming the police service in order to help anti-crime efforts. But these hopes have been dashed.
Specialist on religion and politics in Southeast Asia, Matthew Walton, examines the complex drivers behind and dynamics to Myanmar’s refugee crisis.