The Future of Ukraine: Quietly into the Day

Michael Liu is a third-year undergraduate in the war studies and history departments with strong interests in war, strategy, and history. He is currently serving as the editor-in-chief of King’s Geopolitical Risk Society.             The annexation of Crimea and conflict in Eastern Ukraine dominated headlines seven years ago. The rapidity with which events unfolded was…

Israel and Palestine: Navigating the Geopolitical Risks

Akshat Sharma is an undergraduate Indian writer studying Political Science at the University of Delhi. He is also the managing editor at the independent online news and media startup ‘The Brief Bulletin’. His interests include geopolitics, international affairs and peace/conflict analysis. The Israeli-Palestinian struggle simply refuses to end. Whether it may be the Oslo Accords…

Waging War from Home – The Emerging Geopolitical Risk of Unmanned Warfare (1/2)

Bilal Asghar is a second-year undergraduate student of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at King’s College London. His geopolitical interests include conflicts in the Middle East and South Asia, the political economy of energy, and military technology. (Advances in drone technology are transforming armed conflict – and destabilising the global balance of power. This is the…

Nordstream 2: Geopolitical Implications for European Energy Security and Beyond.

Tom Baker is a Masters student reading MSc Russian and Eurasian Politics and Economics. His geopolitical interests are primarily focused on post-Soviet Eurasia, with an eye on Russia and Central Asia in particular. Tom currently serves in the committee of King’s College London Geopolitical Risk Society. Nordstream 2, Russian state energy company Gazprom’s new gas…