I examine how Geography affects the relationship between Russia and NATO, in my first essay on Geopolitics. Continue reading How does geography pose a problem to Russia and its relationship with NATO?
The past 48 hours have been an old school international relations chess match. North Korea and the US have been at each others’ throats. Two days ago, we were faced with a missile test into the sea nearby to Guam, the American response to which would likely have been of military force. There was even the possibility of a direct strike on Guam, which would … Continue reading Why one must be wary of the media frenzy in an international relations ‘crisis’
The situation with North Korea and the US is delicate. This is Trump’s first real test, and why I’m not worried or panicking. Continue reading Trump’s first real test of resolve
In the past 24 hours, I’ve noticed something. 2016 seems to have got a bad press. People have turned ‘2016’ into memes. All the awful things that have happened this year. There’s one featuring Leonardo DiCaprio that I have featured here. But here’s the thing. I don’t like cynicism, or negativity. I see these jokes about how awful 2016 has been, and think “it can’t … Continue reading 2016: Was it all that bad?
Why I wanted Clinton to win, but am not panicking now that Trump has won instead. Continue reading The Presidential Election
I’m sat at my desk, hugely overtired. I’m overtired because, last night, at 20:30 UK time, bombs went off at the Stade de France, where France were playing Germany. What followed has become one of the worst terrorist attacks in French history and has shaken not just France, but the world. A shooting followed at the Petit Cambodge restaurant. Later, over 100 hostages were taken … Continue reading The Paris Attacks