Defence, energy and cyber security: the areas where ‘Global Britain’  needs to think strategically 

Maria Jenkinson is a Policy Fellow of The Pinsker Centre, a campus-based think tank which facilitates discussion on global affairs and free speech. The views in this article are the author’s own. The former British prime minister Harold Macmillan famously quipped, that what shapes the direction of foreign policy are “events, dear boy, events”. Since the advent of Brexit, Britain has had a chance to … Continue reading Defence, energy and cyber security: the areas where ‘Global Britain’  needs to think strategically 

Turkey and the West: A Partnership in Crisis

Matias Salo is a second year International Relations student at King’s. He is the current Europe Editor for IR Today. He is also the Defence and Diplomacy Editor for King’s Think Tank. The Turkish offensive that began on the 9th of October into parts of northern Syria gained worldwide attention and condemnation. Countries suspended their arms exports and cancelled high level talks with Ankara. For … Continue reading Turkey and the West: A Partnership in Crisis

Cold Waters: The Return of North Sea Dangers

William Reynolds is a 3rd Year War Studies undergraduate. He is interested in maritime history and security and is currently researching a dissertation on the role of the Royal Navy for British policy in the 1970s. Will has worked for the Centre of Military Ethics as a Kings Research Fellow, is currently a researcher for the Kings Middle East North Africa Forum and is head … Continue reading Cold Waters: The Return of North Sea Dangers