Is War in Context an exceptionally valuable news source for you?

War in Context is an exceptionally valuable source of information about international affairs in general and conflicts and crises in particular. It has many merits: broad coverage, a liberal perspective, sound editorial policy, a user-friendly format, and, above all, a healthy scepticism towards the claims made by governments. War in Context enables me to keep up-to-date with my main research interest – the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. I also enjoy the range of materials it offers on other regions such a film footage of hot spots and interviews with peace activists like Noam Chomsky. All in all, it is a first-rate online service for its readers.”
Avi Shlaim, FBA, Professor of International Relations, University of Oxford, and author of The Iron Wall: Israel and the Arab World 1948-1998

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