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Centre for Geopolitics

Providing historically-grounded solutions to enduring geopolitical problems
 
  • 04Mar

    The Centre is pleased to announce this term the grad student discussion group will consider the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific. Various states have published documents laying out strategies for the Indo-Pacific in the last few years. These documents emphasize the centrality of the Indo-Pacific for the future political and economic world order.

  • 04Mar

    Part of the 'Global Political Theologies’ series:

  • 25Feb

    The Centre is pleased to announce this term the grad student discussion group will consider the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific. Various states have published documents laying out strategies for the Indo-Pacific in the last few years. These documents emphasize the centrality of the Indo-Pacific for the future political and economic world order.

  • 18Feb

    In collaboration with the Centre for Geopolitics, the Cambridge Union will be debating arguably the key foreign policy question facing the UK: what should its stance be on China? Do we cede to financial pragmatism and seek to further integrate our economies, or do we push back in the name of liberty, democracy and human rights?

  • 18Feb

    The Centre is pleased to announce this term the grad student discussion group will consider the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific. Various states have published documents laying out strategies for the Indo-Pacific in the last few years. These documents emphasize the centrality of the Indo-Pacific for the future political and economic world order.

  • 17Feb

    Sexual violence is routinely used in conflict spaces as ‘a weapon of war’.  Ongoing conflicts marked by conflict-related sexual violence include those in the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Libya, Syria and Yemen, to name but some.  This is despite important ad

  • 11Feb

    The Centre is pleased to announce this term the grad student discussion group will consider the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific. Various states have published documents laying out strategies for the Indo-Pacific in the last few years. These documents emphasize the centrality of the Indo-Pacific for the future political and economic world order.

  • 11Feb

    Part of the 'Global Political Theologies’ series:

  • 04Feb

    The Centre is pleased to announce this term the grad student discussion group will consider the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific. Various states have published documents laying out strategies for the Indo-Pacific in the last few years. These documents emphasize the centrality of the Indo-Pacific for the future political and economic world order.

  • 28Jan

    The Centre is pleased to announce this term the grad student discussion group will consider the geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific. Various states have published documents laying out strategies for the Indo-Pacific in the last few years. These documents emphasize the centrality of the Indo-Pacific for the future political and economic world order.