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New President of the Republic of Korea: Change in the Korean Peninsula?

ByeongKyu (Colin) Jun is a Korean student studying BA International Relations as a Year 3 student at King’s College London. For his dissertation, he researched what led the ROK to choose strategic hedging with the US and China over other policy options. He is interested in East Asian politics, international development, and the economics-security nexus….

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…

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