Stéphanie Panichelli-Batalla

As Italy continues its battle against the global coronavirus pandemic, Cuba has sent 52 doctors and nurses to the country to help. The excellent training of Cuban doctors as well…

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Jonathan Burden

In early February, a 4x4 stopped at a gas pipeline near the town of El-Arish, capital of Egypt’s North Sinai Governorate. Four masked men, belonging to the Islamic State (IS)…

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Imad Coulibaly

On Monday the 20th of January Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó met with U.S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Bogota. Pompeo reiterated U.S support for Guaidó asserting that America…

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Anastasia Efimova

After the United States dropped out of the JCPOA in May 2018, replacing the accord with the “maximum pressure” campaign, which triggered Iran’s decision to scale back its commitments through…

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Humayun Hassan

Terrorism, irrespective of its form and intensity, has an indispensable impact on economic ecosystems. Economic sustainability and growth require peace and stability, along with the availability of economic, human, and…

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Misheck Mutize

There is renewed concern about the sustainability of rising debt levels in many African countries. Much of this debt is being incurred through foreign currency denominated Eurobonds issued on international…

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Tianjiao Jiang

Abstract This paper examines China’s strategic thinking on cyberwar. It has been widely argued that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has shown strong interest in launching large-scale cyberattacks against the…

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Carlos Frederico Pereira da Silva Gama

A recent piece in Jacobin revisited the Battle of Seattle, 20 years later. It argues that the blockade of the World Trade Organization round at the homeland of Grunge and Starbucks was a turning point for…

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Alex Hardy

Estonia is a small country. With a population of under 1.3 million, only Cyprus, Luxembourg and Malta are smaller members of the European Union. Estonia has a long and relatively…

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LATEST ACADEMY

Leon Donadoni

Executive Summary The energy transition’s uncertain outcome, coupled with the current instability of the Middle Eastern, North African and Eurasian geopolitical landscape, has paved the way to newfound challenges for…

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Adlai Erwin

This article is the repurposing of the author’s literature review featuring in his  master’s dissertation entitled ‘The Resource Curse, Democratic Deterioration, and the Rise of Authoritarianism in Venezuela The aim…

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Giovanni Raiteri

Understanding how ethnic and civic factors, modernisation, and government manipulation contribute to nationalist sentiments Nationalist movements are taking the main political stage at an increasing rate. As a result, very…

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EVENTS

Diego Rodriguez Mejias

As Merkel prepares to leave politics and with the European elections around the corner, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding European politics. Far right parties have recently gained considerable…

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Gea Donadoni

Warwick’s International Relations Society and Warwick’s Jewish Israeli Society are excited to announce their speaker event taking place on the 22nd of February 2019 at 6pm in S0.21. Lian Najami…

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Gea Donadoni

Ezra Friedman discusses the significance of the fall of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action Warwick’s Pugwash Student Society, along with Warwick’s International Relations Society, are delighted to host their…

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