Paul Rogers is Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies in the Department of Peace Studies and International Relations at Bradford University, and an Honorary Fellow at the Joint Service Command and Staff College. He is openDemocracy’s international security correspondent. He is on Twitter at: @ProfPRogers.
The risk of nuclear war over Ukraine is real. We need diplomacy now
OPINION: The Cold War may be over, but Russia’s nuclear threat is real and dangerous. We must act to avoid a crisis
What the US gets wrong in its response to growing insecurity in the Sahel
OPINION: A focus on using the military to counter Islamist violence fails to address the reasons for its growth
We must face up to neoliberalism’s flaws if we’re to halt climate breakdown
OPINION: Tackling the climate crisis effectively requires transition to a more fair and sustainable global economy
Could Putin’s war crimes charges give ICC more authority over Western leaders?
OPINION: Comparisons between destruction in Iraq and Ukraine could boost the International Criminal Court’s...
The Iraq War 20 years on: End of the US’s post-9/11 neoconservative dream
OPINION: The 2003 Iraq war led to huge numbers of civilian deaths, and continuing insurgencies in the Middle East and Africa
Iranian nuclear deal threatened by political turmoil in Iran and Israel
OPINION: Anti-government protests in both countries jeopardise already shaky deal to limit Iran’s nuclear programme