As the space race is resumed, and expanded to include private corporations, it is more important than ever to lay the groundwork for peaceful collaboration.
Sci-fi nightmares of a robot apocalypse aside, autonomous weapons are a very real threat to humanity. An expert on the weapons explains how the emerging arms race could be humanity’s last.
In many conflict areas, children are especially susceptible to the effects of war. And using them as soldiers prolongs the conflict.
Following the completion of the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, Neta Crawford, the co-director of the Costs of War Project, reflects on 7,268 days of American involvement in the conflict.
People wanted to use photography not only to document the aftermath of war and violence, but also to actively support peace.
Where did the Taliban come from and what do its members believe?
A new survey of Taiwanese and Australian citizens has revealed some surprising results about their views on security and China.
As Israel and Egypt enter into discussions about a truce with Hamas, Palestinian children's thoughts and feelings on the conflict must be heard.
Hate-inspired violence is the cause of conflict around the world. It’s time to consider hatred as a serious public health issue and even a disease so it can be treated — and possibly prevented.
Establishing whether a genocide is happening in Ethiopia requires an independent and objective investigation – which probably won’t happen.
Military lawyers told me how they must make split-second decisions that weigh military variables against real human lives.
The prime minister calls it “our most sacred day”, but numbers at Anzac Day dawn services fell by 70% from 2015-2019.
A peace studies expert explains a technique for resolving conflict that she says is more effective and less divisive than public shaming.
Augmented reality has largely enjoyed cover from critique by being taken as a benign gaming technology. But recent developments suggest we need to get serious about it.
The crisis of statehood and citizenship confronting Nigeria can only be tackled by committed work around political justice.
Afghan women interviewed about current talks between the government and the Taliban say, ‘There is no going back.’ Taliban fundamentalist rule in the 1990s forced women into poverty and subservience.
The widespread conflict that accompanied Australian life for 140 years was arguably our most important war. We need a museum telling this story, funded on a par with The Australian War Memorial.
If a country refuses, or blocks, humanitarian aid this act violates international law.
A peace deal brokered by Russia ended the war on Nov. 9, but the rich architectural heritage of the region is still at risk.
A war with Neanderthals makes a compelling narrative but the evidence is limited is best.