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Transnistria – a powder keg in the vicinity of Ukraine

While all eyes are on Ukraine at the moment, observers may wish to keep an eye on another key region – Transnistria – where history is still kicking and alive, especially for neighbouring Romania, as eludicated by Alexandru Negrea.  Alexandru graduated from the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Police Academy of Bucharest and has a master’s degree…

AUKUS: The Geopolitics of Nuclear Submarines

Author bio: Philippine Hébert is a French 2nd year BA student in International Relations at King’s College London, currently on a year abroad at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Interested in geopolitical and defence-related matters, her work is interdisciplinary, ranging from the stakes surrounding the relationship between Russia and Europe to France’s politics and…

Conflict Over Resource Rights in India

Matthew Fishback is a recent MA in International Relations graduate from Queen’s University Belfast. His dissertation focused on the evolution of Kashmir’s 30-year insurgency. He is currently living in the US and is a researcher with Silah Report. His interests include researching the global arms trade, South Asian affairs, and geopolitics broadly. India is one…

Pragmatic needs and Ideological Solidarities: Why economic considerations will not end Taliban associations with terrorist groups

Jan Kosinski is a 3rd year BA student of History and War Studies mostly focusing his work on Islamism and Jihadism while writing his dissertation on the early history of al-Qaeda. Since the Taliban recaptured Kabul in August 2021, it has found itself in a similar position as before 2001: with terrorist groups on its…

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…

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