Jack Agnew argues that we should reclaim what it means to be British if we want to halt the advance of UKIP.
Keshia Jacotine examines the relationship between Australians and its asylum seekers.
Simon Renwick sheds light on George F. Kennen, one of the most important and unknown political advisors of the 20th century.
Michael Higgs argues why the fall of Dien Bien Phu and the fall of French Indo-China had severe ramifications for regional politics in Asia for the coming century
Simon Renwick argues why Turkey’s exemption from the European Union is not due to the façade surrounding religious tensions, and has more to do with political and social constraints
Article by George Richards
In this article, James Wilson gives a brief summary of the space programs of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Once limited only to the USA and USSR, more and more countries are investing heavily in advanced space programs – despite the fact some are still in receipt of financial aid.
Beth Miller takes a look at the future of US-China Relations, and explores the importance of diplomacy for all parties involved. The key question: is the United States ready for a new global power?
An assessment of why nuclear power causes fear and why this fear is ill placed.
A growing debate of tension that arguably gridlocked and led to the failure of G20 – should the poorer countries of our world share the same burdens as the West?