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Fragments of Russian shells piled at a farm in the Chernihiv region of northern Ukraine. Volodymyr Tarasov /Ukrinform/Future Publishing via Getty Images

Wars cause widespread pollution and environmental damage − here’s how to address it in peace accords

War is wreaking havoc on land, water and critical infrastructure in Ukraine and Gaza. Two experts on peace and conflict explain how to include such impacts in peace agreements.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, right, meets Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy on June 1, 2023. Kay Nietfeld/picture alliance via Getty Images

Germany’s turning point: 2 years into strategic pivot, progress made bodes well for the US, NATO and the world

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz outlined bold, long-term goals: Strengthen the country’s depleted military with extraordinary investments and adopt assertive foreign policy defending global norms.
A Russian National Guard servicemen secures an area as a massive blaze seen over the Crocus City Hall in Moscow. An Islamic State affiliate has claimed responsibility for the attack on the concert hall that killed over 130 people. (AP Photo/Dmitry Serebryakov)

ISIS-K’s attack in Moscow risks escalating the Russia-Ukraine war

Ukraine has denied any involvement in the terrorist attack that killed dozens of people in Moscow, but that doesn’t mean Russia won’t try to use the event as a way to escalate its war with Ukraine.
The Artdocfest president Vitaliy Manski (back left) and the jury (L-R): Polish historian and journalist Adam Michnik, Latvian theatre director Viesturs Kairišs and Russian actress Chulpan Khamatova. ArtDocFest Riga

Artdocfest is a crucial outpost of free expression on Russia’s doorstep

Artdocfest 2024 was a showcase for films that show the reality of the war in Ukraine, and the spread of Russian politics to neighbouring countries.
Soldiers climb out of trenches in this First World War photo. The successes of the 100 Days Offensive in 1918 were influenced by the Allies’ reliance on a strategy of maximum effort, flexible campaigns and advances in tactics. (CP PICTURE ARCHIVE/AP)

How lessons from the First World War could help Ukraine in the war

Ukraine can borrow lessons from the First World War as the war with Russia enters its third year.

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