Gunboat, Germs, and Steal: Hot Water in South China Sea during COVID-19

Speckled on the vast ocean, the Paracel and Spratly Islands comprise clusters of islands and islets in the South China Sea. Mostly uninhabitable and doubtfully rich with resources, the South China Sea has been the source of increasing contention officially on the...

The Law of Armed Conflict’s Rules for Wargames

The aspects and characteristics of wargaming as a way of training military decision-makers and gaining insights into potential future developments relating to armed conflicts has already been much discussed. A recent post on War on the Rocks has recently featured the...

The Need for Mobilization: How the COVID-19 Crisis has Impacted Refugee Livelihoods in Uganda

Today, the global refugee crisis is more pressing than ever before. As of mid-2020, the number of forcibly displaced people worldwide had reached a staggering 80 million, comprised mostly of internally displaced people (IDPs) and refugees settled into host countries....

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