Anna Cervi discusses the humanitarian crisis in Artsakh from the point of view of the Armenian community in Wales.
Ukraine: A Year on from the Invasion
David TC Davies reflects on the one year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and on the UK and Wales’ involvement in support of Ukraine
What have we learned from the Rwandan Genocide?
Sophie Buchaillard connects the Ukrainian crisis and the Rwandan genocide to think about the West’s contrasting relationship to refugees.
Women and the War in Ukraine
Jennifer G Mathers looks beyond the stereotypes to praise the role of Ukraine’s women in resisting the Russian invasion.
Introducing: Ukraine: What can we do?
Marine Furet introduces issue 68 of the welsh agenda and reflects on the role of magazines to provide lasting content amid a fast news cycle.
Commemoration: Sorrow, Anger and the search for a new script
Gethin Matthews argues for a refresh of remembrance commemorations in Wales
The bombs which changed the face of Swansea
Martin Johnes looks back at the heavy bombing of Swansea in 1941.
Wales’s Forgotten World War One Warriors
Rhys David tells of the Welsh Division who played a role in world war one in the Near East.
Mobilising the past for today’s politics
Paul O’Leary reflects on how anniversaries are being used to promote British integration and disintegration in 2014