Prince Harry’s new book “Spare” is stirring discussion about whether he should have revealed the number of warfighters that he killed.
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A US Air Force professor of philosophy weighs in on Prince Harry’s decision to disclose his ‘body count’ from his service in Afghanistan.
M1 Abrams, a third-generation American main battle tanks, are seen in Poland in September 2022.
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The US tanks could give Ukraine an advantage in pushing back Russia from its territory – but no amount of money alone is enough to win a war.
Researching and reporting on traumatic events can affect journalists’ mental health.
While most journalists don’t develop PTSD or depression, many will struggle with the stress of their work. Knowing the warning signs can help deal with trauma.
A child receives treatment after an alleged chemical attack in Syria in 2017.
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Chemical weapons and toxins are still being used in current wars. Without action, ecosystems and people are at risk.
Recruits attend military training at a firing range in the Krasnodar region in southern Russia in October 2022, eight months into Russia’s war in Ukraine. The mobilization of recruits was a sign of Russian acknowledgement that it was engaged in full-fledged war, not a ‘special military operation.’
Russia’s army in Ukraine is fighting a much more artillery-intensive and methodical war than it was almost a year ago.
Residents watch a burning infrastructure project hit during a massive Russian drone night strike in Kyiv, Ukraine, in December 2022.
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With electricity in Ukraine constantly disrupted by Russian attacks, the Ukrainian population faces a difficult choice — to remain in the country under such conditions, or flee abroad.
Workers install solar panels for a floating photovoltaic solar plant in Germany in April 2022.
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Look for significant progress in 2023 in two key areas, writes a veteran of international climate policy.
Polish police officers search for missile wreckage in a farmer’s field near where a missile struck, killing two people in the village of Przewodów near the border with Ukraine, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022.
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The recent military mishap in Poland shows such incidents are bound to happen near war zones. We should be ready for them.
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The on-again, off-again war between Armenia and Azerbaijan has been raging for 30 years and has been tilting back and forth. Armenia accused Azerbaijan a few days ago of opening fire on its positions on the border when EU experts went to the area to try to find peace.
Photographs capture images of women in war-torn regions of the world.
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Pictures of women in war play a pivotal role in the battlefield of political ideas, argues a feminist historian who examines how images and attire are used and seen in war zones and occupied lands.
A participant at an anti-war protest marches in New York City in March 2021.
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Veterans of past wars have long been at the forefront of peace advocacy in the United States.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Prince Charles, now King Charles, speak at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on July 1, 2017.
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The decision to wage war is among the most important a government can make. How and by whom should such decisions be made? Canadians can learn a lot from other democracies.
Concentration of troops on San Sebastian beach for the war in Morocco.
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Following Putin’s call-up of thousands of reservists, many Russian citizens decided to leave the country.
Ukrainian firefighters battling flames at a power station hit by Russian missiles.
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In the face of Russian military setbacks at the hands of a dogged opposition army, Russian President Vladimir Putin is focusing on targets that will put psychological pressure on the Ukrainian nation.
The unfolding crisis will only worsen the situation in Tigray.
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Since the war broke out, some healthcare workers have lost their jobs, others have been displaced, wounded, threatened or killed.
A group of Russians smile at the border crossing Verkhny Lars between Georgia and Russia on Sept. 23, 2022. Long lines of vehicles have formed at border crossings into Georgia, Kazakhstan and Mongolia after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilization to bolster his troops in Ukraine.
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Russians crossing land borders into Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Georgia to avoid being drafted into the Ukraine war are experiencing very different receptions.
An abandoned and disabled Russian tank.
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A military strategist breaks down how a smaller Ukrainian army has successfully taken back swaths of land from the Russians in the country’s northeast.
Residents in Poltava, Ukraine, survey the damage from a Russian attack.
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An overwhelming majority of Ukrainians are not willing to negotiate over the territorial integrity of the country, even if it means peace.
Russian soldiers patrol a theater in Mariupol, Ukraine, on April 12, 2022.
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As Ukraine retakes parts of its northeastern region from Russia, the Kremlin continues to increasingly look to private military companies to fill in military power gaps.
A Ukrainian solider is seen in Donetsk, Ukraine, on Aug. 15, 2022.
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While Russia and Ukraine’s war wages on, previous peace talk discussions didn’t appear to include women. Changing that can make a difference, research shows.