The report provides an overview of the conference ‘A Disarming Debate: Challenging Militarism in British Academia,’ which addressed concerns about the influence of the military-industrial complex on UK universities.
This article discusses how endemic corruption within the Russian military, from high-ranking officials to conscripts, has hampered Russia’s ability to achieve its military objectives in Ukraine, leading to inefficiencies, inadequate equipment, and logistical problems.
Ben Roberts-Smith, a highly decorated soldier, is at the center of a high-profile defamation case in Australia, accused of war crimes. The trial, the first of its kind in the country, has significant legal and cultural implications.
At least 97 people have been killed and hundreds injured in Sudan as fighting between the military and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) escalates, disrupting daily life and straining hospitals, while the international community calls for an immediate ceasefire and a return to talks for a civilian-led government.
A power struggle between Sudan’s military and the Rapid Support Forces has erupted in violence throughout Khartoum, resulting in civilian casualties and threatening both the country’s transition to civilian rule and regional stability.