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Warpod BONUS: The impact of US and European elections on UK security policy
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Warpod BONUS: The impact of US and European elections on UK security policy

With a general election on the horizon in 2024 and evolving security dynamics pulling policymakers and politicians in different directions, we spoke to two experts – Olivia O'Sullivan, the Director of the UK in the World Programme at Chatham House, and Christine Cheng, senior lecturer in War Studies at King's College London – to hear their insights on UK security policy. 

21 May 2024
Warpod: how are UK political parties thinking about security policy?
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Warpod: how are UK political parties thinking about security policy?

With a general election on the horizon in 2024 and evolving security dynamics pulling policymakers and politicians in different directions, we spoke to two experts – Olivia O'Sullivan, the Director of the UK in the World Programme at Chatham House, and Christine Cheng, senior lecturer in War Studies at King's College London – to hear their insights on UK security policy. 

1 May 2024
Warpod: the future of peacekeeping
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Warpod: the future of peacekeeping

In this episode, we explore the future of United Nations (UN) peacekeeping and the role of the African Union (AU) in peace operations with Congresswoman Sara Jacobs, David Haeri from the UN Department for Peace Operations, and Linda Darkwa, Senior Research Fellow at the Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy at the University of Ghana.

4 April 2024
Warpod: European arms production - the EU's struggle to find a role
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Warpod: European arms production - the EU's struggle to find a role

In this episode, we explore the role of the European Union in the research, development and joint production of arms and military equipment with Hannah Neumann, a Member of the European Parliament who sits on the Security and Defence Committee and chairs the delegation for relations with the Arabian Peninsula, where the issue of arms exports is often debated.

28 February 2024
Warpod: The shifting security alliances of Europe and Central Asia
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Warpod: The shifting security alliances of Europe and Central Asia

In this second part of our discussion with Lord Peter Ricketts and Nargis Kassenova, we take a deeper look at some of the policy change we’ve seen in recent years, and at wider patterns of geopolitical competition and alliances. We also discuss how some of the players in the region have built unreliable and inconsistent security partnerships, and how this has started to erode trust and undermine their broader strategic aims. 

31 January 2024
Warpod: Understanding security trends in Europe and Central Asia
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Warpod: Understanding security trends in Europe and Central Asia

In this Warpod episode, we take a step back to look at the trends shaping contemporary security policy with Lord Peter Ricketts and Nargis Kassenova. We discuss what’s changed and what hasn’t since our last episodes, and some of the different approaches being taken to address these challenges.

24 January 2024
Voices for Peace: What's next for the New Agenda for Peace?
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Voices for Peace: What's next for the New Agenda for Peace?

In this Voices for Peace episode, Maria Kisumbi (Humanity United), Patrick Allam (Spaces for Change) and Jordan Street (Saferworld USA) discuss the UN's new vision for multilateral peace and security efforts outlined in the 'New Agenda for Peace'.

21 September 2023
Civil society perspectives on the New Agenda for Peace
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Civil society perspectives on the New Agenda for Peace

In these videos, we hear peacebuilders' perspectives on whether the new Agenda for Peace resonates with the realities of their work. Based on the civil society consultation event we held in Nairobi earlier this year.

21 September 2023
A city under siege: the realities of Yemen’s war in Taiz
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A city under siege: the realities of Yemen’s war in Taiz

War in Yemen has had a dramatic impact on every aspect of people’s lives. For eight years, people in Taiz have been unable to see their families or access essential healthcare, goods and services. We worked with Yemeni filmmaker and photographer Albaraa Mansoor to produce this moving documentary and photostory.

13 July 2023

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