Russian military failures in Ukraine will likely see Beijing push back the timeline for a potential Chinese invasion of Taiwan, a leading expert has told Redaction Report. Continue reading How will the Russia-Ukraine war affect China’s ambitions in Taiwan?
With Russian troops advancing further into Kyiv and the prospects of negotiations looking slim, it’s worth noting how the region reached this point of no return in the first place. Continue reading Russia-Ukraine explainer: How has Putin almost triggered World War III?
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of central London in the wake of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Continue reading Pictures: Protestors in London decry Putin’s invasion of Ukraine
Tension has continued to rise between Ukraine and Russia this month after diplomatic efforts between NATO and president Putin led to a stalemate. Continue reading Ukraine crisis and the threat of war with Russia
A former member of the Assad regime in Syria has been sentenced to prison by a German court after being found guilty of crimes against humanity. Continue reading German court finds former Syrian regime officer guilty of crimes against humanity
The American linguist, philosopher, and public intellectual Noam Chomsky, 92, was invited to discuss his thoughts about Afghanistan on Friday, November 12. Continue reading Noam Chomsky reflects on the crisis in Afghanistan and Taliban takeover
With the Taliban in full control of Afghanistan, the help global communities can offer is in question. Continue reading Afghanistan crisis strips humanitarian efforts back to basics
Clive Lewis MP took to Twitter to pen his thoughts on Britain’s 20-year war in Afghanistan and the conflicts futile outcome. Continue reading Afghanistan: Labour MP in candid reflection on UK occupation ‘I wanted to believe’
Since Xi Jinping assumed power in 2012, China has widely been perceived as pursing a more assertive foreign policy – contrasting years of former leader Deng Xiaoping’s philosophy of “hide and bide.” Continue reading Tensions mounting in the South China Sea as China’s military power grows – but will there be escalation?
Uri Savir’s quote therefore raises the question of whether it is time to restore a discourse which goes beyond the conventional idea of ‘sides’ defined by national identity, focussing instead on peace-seekers rather than peace-objectors. Continue reading Israel-Palestine isn’t the conflict – it’s the peace seekers against the peace saboteurs