Aïcha El Alaoui is a second-year International Relations Student from Morocco. Her article examines the debate on the return of … Continue reading The new wave of protests in Middle East: Is 2019 seeing a new Arab Spring?
Ghada Al-Thani is the Middle East and North Africa Editor for IR Today and an International Relations student at King’s … Continue reading The Geo-Political Implications of Turkey’s operations in Northeast Syria
Aïcha El Alaoui is a second-year International Relations Student from Morocco. Her article focuses on recent initiatives and projects undertaken … Continue reading Morocco: An African champion of renewable energy
Cairo has served as the heart and capital of Egypt for over a thousand years. However, 40km to the east, construction on a new city which will serve as the new seat of the Egyptian government has begun. Announced in March of 2015, the Egyptian government promises a bigger, better and newer capital. This yet to be named City is provisionally known as the new administrative capital. Continue reading Egypt’s New Capital City: What Does it Entail?
Source: https://www.pri.org/stories/2014-04-29/three-reasons-why-syrias-civil-war-has-no-end-sight Will Marshall is a 1st year International Relations undergraduate student at King’s College London and MENA Editor for … Continue reading End Game in Syria? Not so fast…The Worst could be yet to come.
By William Marshall, a first year International Relations Undergraduate at King’s College London with a special interest in Terrorism, Middle Eastern … Continue reading COUNTER-TERRORISM: WHY BRITAIN NEEDS A RADICAL NEW STRATEGY TO TACKLE THE ROOTS OF EXTREMISM
Clément Briens is a second-year undergraduate student in War Studies & History with an interest in Cybersecurity and Nuclear Proliferation. … Continue reading The Iranian Irritation: President Trump’s menace to the Iran Deal