As separatists in Eastern Ukraine hoist new Donetsk Republic flags over captured government buildings, Russia masses 40,000 troops along the Ukrainian border, and the Ukrainian…View More Neither War Nor Peace
Central Asia, usually defined as the family of the ‘Five Stans’, has recently returned to the geo-political spotlight after President Xi Jinping’s ten-day trip across…View More Print Edition: Central Asian Geopolitics
Attending the Open Forum at Davos at the time of the World Economic Forum has become almost a habitual aspect of my winter break these…View More Davos 2014: “Long-Term Vision”
In 2013, reproductive rights dominated the headlines. From Texas State Senator Wendy Davis’ thirteen-hour filibuster to the jailing of a woman in El Salvador for…View More Politicising Reproductive Rights – Help or Hindrance?
Reading a recent article, in which the women disproved the saying that being a mother is the most important job in the world, made me…View More Is Being a Mother the Most Important Job in the World?
The Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, which begin this February, mark a momentous occasion and opportunity for a resurgent President Vladimir Putin to show…View More Terrorism and the 2014 Winter Games at Sochi
On behalf of the Foreign Affairs Society and the Review, I am delighted to invite you to the return of The Ambassadors Ball in honour…View More Invitation from the Editor-in-Chief
Post-revolution Libya has been confronted with profound challenges in successfully replacing Gaddafi’s dictatorship with an effective democratic government. Muammar Gaddafi left the country behind in…View More One Year since the Death of Muammar Gaddafi: how has Libya fared?