Borders, Aid Workers and Subsidising the Occupation

Originally published 24 August 2012 by Jeremy Wildeman Control over Palestine’s borders gives Israel the opportunity to exert tremendous influence over the way foreign aid is delivered to Palestinians, meaning: control … Continue Reading →

World Upside Down?

West and the Rest?

by Jay Heisler Jay worked as a journalist and copy editor in the Middle East and the Caucasus. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Politics at the University of … Continue Reading →


My favourite International Theorist? Jared Diamond

Jared Diamond’s contribution to the understanding of world society is unparalleled in scope and as an interdisciplinary form of analysis. Through his books “Guns, Germs and Steel” and “Collapse,” Diamond … Continue Reading →

For Nepal the Solution is Local

For Nepal, the Solution is Local

A country situated in some of the roughest terrain the globe has to offer, Nepal has faced many obstacles on its road to development, but its highest peaks to conquer … Continue Reading →

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Greece: A Place Where Dark and Light Meet

I have too walked the streets of Greece. Not the sunny paths where topless-tourists meet in Mykonos or Crete, no. I have walked in dark streets where drug addicts beg … Continue Reading →


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