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We may have to use force in the Middle East, but we should not relinquish our values

A Syrian Kurdish militia fighter at Shahid Khabour hill in June. © James Harkin

One hundred years ago, the first casualty reports from the Battle of Mons were received. Although the war had been declared on 4th August, the first British casualty was on the 21st. He is buried opposite the last one, who fell in the same area four years and millions of dead later.

The front line was back where it had started.…

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