Politics student Adam takes on the cynics and argues that to attribute the international response to Ebola as only being the result of its threat to international peace and security ignores the shared sense of responsibility that being a part of the international community brings.
Hakan Kolcak discusses the thorny issue of self determination in nationhood
David Jeffery looks at how the prohibition of chemical weapons has set back the prospects for peaceful insurgencies and a revolution in warfare
Why the UK Government Should Show True Leadership and Welcome the Forgotten Refugees of Syria to Britain
Writing on behalf of the Amnesty International Society here at the University, Phil Armitage deplores that we should be, as a national, changing our policy to have a more humanitarian outlook by welcoming in Syrian refugees of all natures
Francine Nicholas takes a look aggressive approach of the Chinese authorities towards Tibet, and criticises the West for its lack of involvement.
Article by Chris Olewicz, exploring the growing problem of an ageing population in China.
The situation in Syria can be described as nothing short of heartbreaking. Whilst thousands of Syrians demand the basic political freedoms and human rights which we take for granted in the West, the Assad regime is allowed to stay in power through systematic torture and
Article by Sarah Murphy Young.
Do feminist approaches still have something to offer political analysis today?
Fundamentally, politics is concerned with people and with power. How does this influence International Relations Theory? Jamie Sammes explores the main theories of IR.