Andrew Perry walks us through the recent Interpol elections in Dubai and what this means for Russia’s relations with the West.View More Interpol Elections
There are people who wish I wouldn’t refer to China as our enemy. But that’s exactly what they are. They have destroyed entire industries by…View More The Sino-American Trade War: De-escalation or Cold War Two?
Approximately one year ago, a young academic named Jamie Furniss was abruptly fired from a new researching job after just four months. After numerous attempts…View More The Colonial Undertones of French Scientific Research Abroad
On February 2nd of 2018, the United States Office of the Secretary of Defense published the Trump administration’s Nuclear Posture Review. The NPR articulates the…View More The Nuclear Posture Review: What Does It Do and Why Should We Care?
John Kelly was supposed to fix things. In July, the retired four-star Marine general left his position as United States Secretary of Homeland Security to…View More The West Wing Under John Kelly: From Disorder to Chaos
A new day, and the sun rises over Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport. A tourist might be greeted by any number of sounds; the dawn chorus…View More Mahinda Rajapaksa: The Man Who Would be President
FIFA’s great scandal started in May 2015, with an appropriately scandalous beginning– a raid on a Swiss luxury hotel and the arrest of several FIFA…View More A Red Card for FIFA: Human Rights Violations in Qatar
Since the advent of the package holiday and the increase of commercial air travel in the mid twentieth century, reasonably cheap yet enjoyable holidays to…View More Safety of Britain and Europe’s own Holiday Countries
It has been a tough year and a half for oil, specifically the price of a barrel of crude in relation to the sheer volume…View More One Small Step For OPEC, One Giant Leap For Global Markets
In 2001, Dennis Tito became the first non-astronaut to travel to space (although classifying him as a non-astronaut is contentious, it will become clear why).…View More The Privatisation of Space Tourism: Space Law and its Failure to Launch
An acid attack is the deliberate assault of a victim with corrosive acid, aimed at disfiguring them, humiliating them and sometimes even killing them. In…View More Acid Attacks: A Disturbing Weapon of Choice
The Iran Deal, customarily known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is the international agreement between Iran, the five permanent members of the…View More Two Months In: A Look at the Iran Deal