The Peruvian government are holding onto the aged ideas of their 20th-century political and academic influences in what can only be described as a century-long path of exploitation, violence and ignorance.Read More »
Unfair Punishments For Using The Right To Assemble Peacefully In Cuba
Cuba is still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic and the problems it brought with it. However, the Cuban government will now also have to work to improve relations with its citizens as the recent events have shown the public that Cuba’s government cannot be trusted and is not acting with the people’s best interest in mind.Read More »
Refouling those in danger – How US migration policy continues to violate the security of the family and individual
With all areas considered, there is no doubt that the Remain in Mexico policy is a multi-layered, flagrant violation of a multitude of international documents. While immigration is a touchy issue in the current political climate, the enforcement of migration laws need not be this harsh.Read More »
The Political Consequences of Ecuador’s Constitutional Language Amendments
The case of Ecuador has shown that language can be a political tool for contributing to the unification of a diverse country. The inclusion of all of the languages in the Ecuadorian Constitution plays an important political role.Read More »
The New START treaty and the future of nuclear arms control
Amid a host of promises including a declaration to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement, the Biden administration announced in early January that it would seek an extension to the treaty, and on the 26th Biden and Putin agreed via a telephone conversation to a five-year extension.Read More »
Venezuela: The State with two Leaders
The situation in Venezuela has been deteriorating, marked by economic collapse, violence and food shortages, and the country is currently serving as a proxy for international divisions, amidst a backdrop of civil unrest and political tensions.Read More »
The International Military Humanitarian Response to The Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian
Despite the destruction left behind on The Bahamas, predominantly on Abaco and Grand Bahama islands, Hurricane Dorian provided a stark example of how Armed Forces from the Caribbean, and larger regional and global powers, can come together to provide initial relief and helped set the stage for civilian organizations to follow on and provide long-term humanitarian aid.Read More »
Building a Space Force – a sci-fi plot or contemporary policy?
Whilst not an easy task, the potential establishment of a US national space forces serves as a cautionary reminder that space is no longer the unknown, but a tangible domain for human exploration and exploitation.Read More »
All Change at the White House?
Rather than simply being name changes, the appointments of Mike Pompeo, John Bolton and Gina Haspel may signal the beginnings of a shift in White House foreign policy stance.Read More »
Where Next for Democratic Party Foreign Policy?
With the 2020 Democratic primary field looking to be incredibly large, there are a whole host of potential stances that candidates could take. Furthermore, the unpredictability of Trump means that the Democrats could be forced to shift onto new ground.Read More »