Analysing U.S.-China Relations with Regards to Taiwan in the aftermath of Putin’s Invasion of Ukraine

Amber Cummings is a second-year History and International Relations student and is also the North American editor. Originally coming from the United States, they are extremely passionate about this region. With special interests in security dilemmas and diplomacy between regions, Amber hopes that they can share their passion with others and possibly get others interested in the topic of international relations as well. China has … Continue reading Analysing U.S.-China Relations with Regards to Taiwan in the aftermath of Putin’s Invasion of Ukraine

US and EU Democracy Promotion: Two sides of the same coin?

Marcell Lehoczky is a second year History and International Relations student. He is mostly interested in security and international law. Democracy promotion has been an ever-present feature of the international system, however, the two main Western forces of democracy promotion, the US and the EU, have had different approaches to democracy promotion while attempting to reach the same goal. While the US and EU share … Continue reading US and EU Democracy Promotion: Two sides of the same coin?

Defining the State of “Equilibrium” in the International Order: Emergence of the Beijing

Tejusvi Shukla served as a Research Assistant with the Centre for Land Warfare Studies between May 2019 and November 2020. Her area of research included India’s internal security with a special focus on Left-wing Extremism. Additionally, she has worked on India’s Medical Diplomacy and Cartographic Aggression. She graduated with a BA Programme degree in Economics and History from Miranda House, University of Delhi in 2019. … Continue reading Defining the State of “Equilibrium” in the International Order: Emergence of the Beijing

Fixing the U.S. Economy: Inflation and Replacement of Oil Following Covid-19 and Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Amber Cummings is a second-year History and International Relations student and is also the North American editor. Originally coming from the United States, they are extremely passionate about this region. With special interests in security dilemmas and diplomacy between regions, Amber hopes that they can share their passion with others and possibly get others interested in the topic of international relations as well. Abstract: The … Continue reading Fixing the U.S. Economy: Inflation and Replacement of Oil Following Covid-19 and Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

No More Neutrality: Canada and Its Response to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Amber Cummings is a second-year History and International Relations student and is also the North American editor. Originally coming from the United States, they are extremely passionate about this region. With special interests in security dilemmas and diplomacy between regions, Amber hopes that they can share their passion with others and possibly get others interested in the topic of international relations as well. Canada has … Continue reading No More Neutrality: Canada and Its Response to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

A Period of Uncertainty: Russia and the Iran Nuclear Deal Following Ukraine’s Invasion

Amber Cummings is a second year History and International Relations student with a passion for International Relations: I love reading, taking care of animals, and studying anything related to history! I wanted to be a North American editor because I wanted to share my passion for International Relations with others and possibly get others interested in the topic as well. As a student originally coming … Continue reading A Period of Uncertainty: Russia and the Iran Nuclear Deal Following Ukraine’s Invasion

A Season of Strikes

North America editor Hanna Pham comments on the increased presence of striking unions in the United States. From our own campus to industrial factories in the United States, workers from a range of backgrounds are unionising. The United States has a long history of labor movements, which have played a vital role in reducing economic equality and the “maintenance of democracy.” Covid-19 has made the American … Continue reading A Season of Strikes

Biden and Putin in Geneva: beginning of a new era?

This article had been written in anticipation of the Biden-Putin summit but due to logistical issues it could not have been published earlier.  Magdalena is a second year International Relations student at King’s College London. Thanks to her international experiences she has gained awareness of different countries’ perspectives. She has a wide range of interests including migration, populism, diplomacy and foreign policymaking. As the bilateral relationship between … Continue reading Biden and Putin in Geneva: beginning of a new era?

Russian disinformation in the post-truth age: Lessons from the 2020 US Presidential Elections

By Paakhi Bhatnager Post-truth is not a novel phenomenon; subjectivity and bias have always influenced the way information is disseminated and reality is perceived. However, the term has gained significance in the aftermath of the 2016 US elections. Indeed, it  is owing to the increasing use of technology and the consequent easier availability of conflicting ideas and opinions that post-truth has surfaced as a buzzword … Continue reading Russian disinformation in the post-truth age: Lessons from the 2020 US Presidential Elections

Missiles, Blood and Diplomacy: How blind support for Israel will never end the never-ending conflict

Leander Hatzigrigoriou is a 2nd Year International Relations student at King’s College London. Growing up in the EU’s capital, Brussels, the EU’s internal and foreign affairs have always been in his interests with a special focus on its relations with the United States and the Middle East. Saturday the 15th of May 2021 marks the 73rd anniversary of the Nakba, or the “Great Catastrophe”. The … Continue reading Missiles, Blood and Diplomacy: How blind support for Israel will never end the never-ending conflict