Why the World Should Keep an Eye on Bolsonaro

Umer Ahmed is a second year student of International Relations. His article focuses on the worrying environmental implications resulting from the recent election of Right-wing Populist Jair Bolsonaro as President of Brazil “Brazil’s Foreign Minister says Climate Change is a Marxist plot” was the first news notification on my phone this morning. The second read “California…

Climate Change: A ticking Geopolitical time bomb

Luka Powell is a final year student of International Relations at King’s College London, her research focuses on the Middle East, Security and Foreign Policy. Her article explores the intricate relationship between Climate Change and Geopolitics across a range of sectors. The changing climate and the role played by humans in facilitating this change has…

The Northern Ireland ‘Backstop’ and British Sovereignty

This Article is written by Hugo Tuckett, an MA Geopolitics, Territory and Security student. His Article focuses on the implications of Britain’s withdrawal from the EU on the sensitive Northern Irish Border As Brexit negotiations continue, the question of the Irish border remains one of the most contentious and challenging issues to tackle. With a…

Terrorists as West Africa’s new drug lords?

This article was written by Colombe de Grandmaison, an MA International Peace and Security student whose research interests focus on Insurgency Movements and Human Rights in West Africa and Latin America. Her Article focuses on the Interrelationship between Terrorism and Narcotics Trafficking in West Africa’s ‘Jihadist Belt’. As much as any other type of trade,…