With all eyes on incumbent President Joe Biden, this article aims to summarise the current state of American election proceedings and make predictions for the future.
Turning attention back to the Ukraine-Russia war and the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, I look at recent developments which have taken place and are worth highlighting.
Scholars of international relations are quick to focus on ‘the state’ as a decision-making unit, neglecting the influence of individual motivations in determining political decisions.
The military operation by Hamas creates pressure for global transport services to respond. While all agents are proceeding with caution, different strategies are pursued by each.
The climate crisis is a contemporary threat, which requires contemporary solutions. I argue that systemic change on socioeconomic fronts could reverse the impact of the Anthropocene.