The Architect of US Hegemony: An Obituary of Henry Kissinger
The poster-boy of Realpolitik, Henry Kissinger’s work as an American statesman and diplomat has left a notable impact on the world. Now, at the age of 100, he has passed away, leaving behind a legacy of complex foreign policy.
ErdoÄŸan's victory in Turkish presidential election
ErdoÄŸan claims victory in Turkey's recent election
How internal conflict is shaping Russia's war effort
As the war in Ukraine continues, divisions are emerging amongst Russian forces
Should Britain have been better prepared for the conflict in Sudan?
As reports of the Sudanese power struggle begin to circulate, many are now looking at the response from the West.
Green growth or degrowth? Protests in Lützerath and the divided German Green Party
Criticism over government policy in Germany highlights the trade-off between the environment and economy
State of the Union address: blue collar workers, bipartisanship and booing
President Biden's address emphasised his commitment to US workers, as the 2024 election draws closer
Political violence in Brazil symbolises broader change
The shift towards more nationalist, populist government has raised concerns over insecurity in our political systems
Civil liberty vs economic power: Should we sanction Saudi Arabia?
Saudi Arabia's economic and political ties with the West means the UK must walk a fine line
Democrats consider presidential primary reform
Procedural changes to the nomination of presidential candidates could significantly alter the future of American politics
What does Xi Jinping's third term mean for Britain?
China's President and General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party has won a third term in power.
Legal action taken over Biden’s student debt relief
America's debt forgiveness policy, designed to benefit students following the pandemic, has been met with controversy
The far-right’s challenge to European politics in 2022
The unprecedented growth of right-wing parties in Europe points to an uncertain future, as they capitalise on political divides
Government's Israeli U-turn threatens UK neutrality
In a time where global tensions are at their highest in years, what does the UK’s decision mean for diplomatic relations with Israel and Palestine
Pakistan: Western responses to humanitarian crises
The recent floods in Pakistan have highlighted a severe disconnect in the global response to humanitarian crisis
Striking similarities? Unionisation in the US and UK
Alexandre Freiherr Von Hornstein
Britain and America have seen a boom in union activity, yet this trend looks set to play out differently across both nations
Media materialisation with buyouts and privatisation
With Elon Musk bidding to buy Twitter, digital platforms appear to be moving beyond the people they were made for
An Interview with Valerie Kovtun
"Be careful what information you consume when it comes to war, and just check twice before believing it and sharing it."
In conversation with Mark Laity
Former BBC Defence Correspondent discusses the role of disinformation in the Russo-Ukrainian War
The variations in the treatment of Ukrainian refugees
Delyth Michael details the different ways Ukrainian refugees are being treated as they flee war
What is Nato's role in an interconnected world?
Arun Kohli examines the future of Nato as the world continues to change away from the one it was created in
Symbolic or a symbol? Biden’s Supreme Court pick
Ketanji Brown Jackson's nomination to the Supreme Court could be symbolic of Biden's presidency or it could just be a symbol which hides broader troubles
Karakalpakstan: How state negligence destroyed a nation
Jess Aitkin highlights the plight of the Karakalpak people
The effects of India's health diplomacy on the world
India's vaccine donation programme offers a case study of sharing too much at the cost of their domestic population
Russia Ukraine tensions reach a new high
Arun Kohli examines the situation developing on the border between Russia and Ukraine.
January 6th: One year on
Arun Kohli analyses the response from Biden and Harris to the January 6th insurrection one year on
Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Johnson's political pawn
Hannah Boyle explores how Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's imprisonment continues to haunt Boris Johnson
Democracy in question in Brazil
Bolsonaro's constitutional changes seriously call into question the state of democracy in Brazil
US elections suggest Biden's popularity is waning
Arun Kohli analyses how the recent US elections impact on Biden
Sino-African relations: China's expansion into Sub-Saharan property, economy and industry
Hamish Cassidy examines the expansion of China into Sub-Saharan Africa
How has US foreign policy changed since 9/11?
Arun Kohli examines the impact 9/11 has had on US policy decisions