Areeshya is a second year politics student keen on breaking down what is happening with the Saudi-Russian Oil Price War. … Continue reading Making Sense of the Saudi-Russian Oil-Price War
Ana Cantó is a first year student in International Relations at King ́s. She is passionate about social justice, climate change … Continue reading Coronavirus and Least Developed countries: the nightmare of handling a pandemic in the poorest economies of the world
Andoni Hormaza is a 2nd year International Relations student from Spain. His interests include international development, global migration and international … Continue reading Western Sahara: A Forgotten Territory
Chloe is a first year IR student at KCL. She is extremely passionate about international affairs. Furthermore, her multicultural background … Continue reading ‘’Doors are open… take your share’’: European Consequences of Erdogan’s use of migrants as diplomatic levers
Oscar Royer is a second year History and International Relations student at KCL. The region of Idlib in North-eastern Syria … Continue reading Idlib, Turkey, and the Lessons for Counter-insurgency
Pauline Darrieus is a first year History and International Relations student and theSub-Saharan Africa editor for International Relations Today. … Continue reading French interference in Cameroonian domestic affairs: duty to protect human rights or not so laudable geopolitical motivations?
In the the recent installation of IR Today Perspectives, second-year students Sebastian Beyenburg and Maximilian Tkocz explore the future of … Continue reading Germany after Merkel: what does the future hold for Europe’s dominant power?