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
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?
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
by Diana Ecaterina Borcea, final year King’s College London War Studies undergraduate and Europe Editor at International Relations Today. The … Continue reading Romania’s 100: new waves of patriotism and confessional grandeur
By Julia Huentemann, 3rd year Student in International Relations and Editor-in-Chief of International Relations Today. Following the presidential elections on … Continue reading Made Democracy strong again
Lucie Škopková is a 2nd year Student at King’s College London studying European Politics with a special interest in Central … Continue reading 100th Anniversary of the First Czechoslovak Republic
Excma. Sra. Da. Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría takes her oath as Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for the Presidency and Territorial … Continue reading The end of ‘Rajoyismo’: the downfall of non-ideological technocracy in Spain