New International Review of the Red Cross edition on ‘Memory and War’ out now

The newest edition of the Review is dedicated to examining the psychological impacts of war, and the associated issues related to remembering conflict. In particular, this edition looks at how memory affects those persons left behind after war has ceased, and examines commemoration practices implemented by authorities and communities. There are contributions from Helene Dumas and Rain Liivoja, among others.

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