Adults in the Room is the title of the memoirs written by Greece’s former finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis. In the book, Varoufakis describes the negotiations he conducted with the Eurogroup and … Continue reading Theresa May’s Poisoned Chalice
The image of a female leader once again taking residence at 10 Downing Street was always bound to evoke memories. After all, for eleven years, Margaret Thatcher had been prime … Continue reading What Theresa May Must Decide
Lee Kuan Yew, among many other things, was known in his later years as a foreign policy sage who regularly dispelled his wisdom about international affairs. His views on the … Continue reading Tumultuous Revolution
One week is all that remains from now and United Kingdom EU referendum. It has been a tedious campaigning season where debate has devolved into scaremongering and bickering; even Nigel … Continue reading ‘Project Fear’
This essay was originally written as a submission for the Gulen Youth Platform competition of the University of Houston. As no winners were announced for the competition, I have decided … Continue reading The European Migrant Crisis & the Rise of Extremist Politics
To leave the EU, or not to leave the EU, that is the question. And indeed, it is the UK’s burning question of the month. With a little more than … Continue reading The Battle for Brexit
This is a big year in Southeast Asia, not least because of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) that has just come into force this year. It bounds up the nations … Continue reading Ever-closer Union?