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Ware is professor of sociology and gender studies at Kingston University and author of Military
Migrants: Fighting for YOUR country.
An important opportunity to monitor the impact of political initiatives re-defining the relationship between military and society after a series of unpopular wars.
The British armed forces have quietly turned to their traditional methods of finding “manpower” when they see themselves running short.
have spoken out, protested, and revolted in almost every war in history. We need
this resistance… one of the single strongest factors in bringing wars to an
When military institutions intervene in debates about integration, social cohesion and now, radicalisation, they overstep their bounds.
For anyone sensitive to the pervasive signs of
militarisation, there is no doubt that the centenary invites unwelcome forms of
commemoration. Look at the distortions in the documented history of bloodshed in
Gallipoli in 1915.
any form of belonging available to (post)colonial soldiers and subjects
which does not endorse an imperial patriotism?