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Monthly Archives: January 2012
The British Academy funded Seminar Series on British Foreign Policy after Iraq will continue at the University of Leeds this semester. The next seminar is: 01 February, 4 – 5:30pm 11.13 Social Sciences Building Vicky Honeyman (University of Leeds) “British International … Continue reading
I came across this today. Perhaps Britain’s War was not as secret as Newsnight claimed. Oral Evidence Taken Before the House of Commons Defence Committee, 27 April, 2011. Q28Mr Brazier: Secretary of State, we have already provided the Libyan opposition with body … Continue reading
Last night Newsnight reported that British special forces had been on the ground during the Libyan operation. It was set up as a possible breach of the UN mandate, which excluded in Resolution 1973 (2011) ‘a foreign occupation force of … Continue reading
“Hitting the Target?” How New Capabilities Are Shaping Contemporary International Intervention (12-13 July 2012) cii – the Centre for International Intervention, University of Surrey, UK Paper proposal deadline: Friday 3 February 2012. Notification by end February 2012. Abstracts are invited … Continue reading
Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay. A total of 779 different persons have been detained since they opened in January 2002. The various camps were at their most crowded in May 2003. A total … Continue reading