Gabrielle Heal is second year International Relations student at King’s College London. She is a staff writer at International Relations … Continue reading The Rising Sun: Tension Heading into the 2020 Olympics
Colin Jun is a first-year IR student at King’s from South Korea. His interest relates to the vital issues facing … Continue reading Questioning the Effectiveness of Environmental Regime: The Case of Japan
Colin Jun is a first-year IR student at King’s from South Korea. His interest relates to the vital issues facing … Continue reading Seoul and Tokyo at loggerheads: A Crisis of East Asian Security?
Louis Hobbs Martin is a final year International Relations student studying at King’s College London. He is International Relations Today’s … Continue reading Hong Kong & Beijing: A Divide Long in the Making
Sheng-Wei (Kevin) Chuang, a second year IR student, writes about the changes in Chinese self-identity and foreign policy, giving credibility … Continue reading China’s rise: how changes in China’s own self-identity pushed East Asia to regard China as a threat
Shantanu Roy-Chaudhury is in the final year of an MPhil in Modern South Asian Studies at the University of Oxford. … Continue reading The Belt and Road Initiative: Is it changing Sino-Indian Relations?
By Alexander Johannes, 2nd year Maths with Economics student at University College London who has completed a course in Chinese … Continue reading Chinese Foreign Policy – On Climate Change and Fortuitous Gains