Art, conflict, and the everyday – Traces of War launch event
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Art, conflict, and the everyday – Traces of War launch event

By: Laurie Benson Wednesday 13th April marked the launch of the Leverhulme Artist-in-Residence hosted by the Arts and Conflict Hub and Research Centre in International Relations, Department of War Studies, King’s College London. The residency features the artist Baptist Coelho who introduced his artistic practice at the event. An exhibition entitled ‘Traces of War’ will … Continue reading

Call for submissions for Strife special series: WWI in your life
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Call for submissions for Strife special series: WWI in your life

The First World War engaged governments, soldiers, civilians, medical and support personnel from various countries and backgrounds around the world. It affected the way we view conflict and initiated far-reaching political and social changes that we still see today. This year, as the world remembers WWI on its 100th anniversary, Strife wants to hear your … Continue reading

May 14, A Strife-RCIR event: “The Fog of Peace: The New Face of Conflict Resolution.” A conversation with Giandomenico Picco and Gabrielle Rifkind
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May 14, A Strife-RCIR event: “The Fog of Peace: The New Face of Conflict Resolution.” A conversation with Giandomenico Picco and Gabrielle Rifkind

  Gabrielle Rifkind and Giandomenico Picco: ‘The Fog of Peace: The New Face of Conflict Resolution’. Event chaired by Dr. Jack Spence OBE Wednesday, 14 May 5:00 – 6:30, Pyramid Room (K4U.04), King’s Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London. WC2R 2LS. Wine reception and book signing to follow. Event by Strife Blog and RCIR Institutions do not … Continue reading

Drones series, Part V. The biopolitics of drone warfare
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Drones series, Part V. The biopolitics of drone warfare

By Daniel Møller Ølgaard: The current debate on armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, focuses mostly on legal implications and moral implications of their use. Issues such as civilian deaths, as well as the strategic implications and tactical advantages of drones are reigning supreme in the academic and public discussions. Yet these … Continue reading