The martial art of interview

Last month it was announced that a lawsuit brought against two psychologists who helped the CIA develop its ‘enhanced interrogation’ techniques was settled. The suit was filed in 2015 and since then it has brought to light significant new revelations about CIA’s program of torture. Crucially, documents have been declassified that make public details left […]

Desert RAINFALL

The arid centre of Australia is home to arguably the most important American intelligence site outside the US – the satellite surveillance facility Joint Defense Facility Pine Gap. The details of what goes on inside the base have been largely hidden from public view since it was commissioned in the mid-1960s. Recently, however, the Australian […]

Databodies

At this year’s meeting of the American Association of Geographers in Boston we were lucky enough to attain the services of Matthew Wilson as discussant for one of our Geography, War, and the Human Sciences sessions (organised with Matt Farish and Trevor Barnes). Matt Wilson had to take stock of an array of fantastically empirical […]