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The exterior of Shifa hospital in Gaza City is seen on Nov. 10, 2023, amid ongoing battles between Israel and Hamas near the facility. AFP via Getty Images

Hamas isn’t the first military group to hide behind civilians as a way to wage war

The Taliban and the Islamic State group are among the militant groups that have been known to use civilians as human shields in the past, in order to try to shift their opponents’ war calculations.
People holding signs calling for an end to genocide in the Gaza Strip have been a common occurrence at pro-Palestinian protests. Christoph Reichwein/picture alliance via Getty Images

Both Israel and Palestinian supporters accuse the other side of genocide – here’s what the term actually means

People talk about genocide in a few different ways, ranging from technical to colloquial – but a war of words does not replace a path to peace, a genocide scholar writes.
A worker rakes wheat in a granary on a farm near Kyiv in August 2023, a month after Russia pulled out of a deal aimed at protecting ships carrying Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

Grain as a weapon: Russia-Ukraine war reveals how capitalism fuels global hunger

The Ukraine war’s impact on food insecurity is critical, but there is more to the picture. The main problem is that capitalism allows food and other basic needs to become precarious commodities.
Friendly relations: Vladimir Putin with the leader of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas in 2021. Yevgeny Biyatov, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, File

The Israel-Hamas war benefits Russia, but so would playing peacemaker

Russia has strong ties with Israel as well as many Arab states, so it is well placed as a mediator. But does war in the Middle East suit Moscow’s priorities?

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