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1) Climate change and biodiversity governance in the Amazon

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US private contractors provide security coverage for American and Iraqi diplomats in Tikrit, Iraq, 14 February 2005. Photo: Ramin Talaie/Corbis via Getty Images

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A half-ripped pride sticker on a lamp-post, 26 June 2021. Photo: Ivan Radic via Flickr

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A predator drone on display, 10 March 2010. Photo: Doctress Neutopia via Flickr

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China’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Zhang Jun talks to the press in a large room while wearing a blue face mask.
China’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Zhang Jun briefs press on humanitarian operations in Syria at UN Headquarters in New York, July 2021. Photo: Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images.

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President Vladimir Putin watches the launch of the new Avangard hypersonic missile system from Russia’s National Defense Management Center, Moscow, 6 December 2018. Photo: Mikhail Klimentyev/TASS via Getty Images.

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A US Marine looks on as two Afghan National Army soldiers stand in the desert on an armoured vehicle and raise the Afghan National flag.
On August 28, 2017, a US Marine looks on as Afghan National Army soldiers raise the Afghan National flag on an armed vehicle during a training exercise to deal with IEDs (improvised explosive devices) at the Shorab Military Camp in Lashkar Gah in Helmand province. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP via Getty Images)

Distancing themselves from the consequences

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A Ugandan woman looks mournfully to her left, while sitting with a group of people outdoors.
Residents of Lukodi in Uganda react to hearing the court case of Dominic Ongwen. Ongwen is an ex-commander of the Lord’s Resistance Army, who killed 60 people from Lukodi, and committed acts of rape, murder and mutilation across Uganda and neighbouring countries. Photo by Luke Dray via Getty Images.

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Interior of the French Navy attack nuclear submarine ‘Saphir’, during training exercises on 28 February 2009 off Saint-Mandrier, France. Photo: Alexis Rosenfeld via Getty Images.

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1)The uncounted: politics of data in global health

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