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Centre for Geopolitics

Providing historically-grounded solutions to enduring geopolitical problems
 
  • 21Jul

    Joint event with Kings College, the Centre for Geopolitics and the Centre of Governance and Human Rights

  • 15Jul

    Watch the video of the event here.

  • 02Jul

    Middle East conflicts have long experienced destructive and counter-productive foreign interventions. Often western powers such as the USA are criticised for both intervening (George W. Bush) and for not intervening (Donald Trump).

  • 01Jul

    In 1994 the international community watched helplessly as the most intensive slaughter of the twentieth century took place in Rwanda.  The experience of the Rwandan Genocide inspired an intensification of efforts to improve international and regional capacities to protect vulnerable populations and ensure increased accountability for perpetrator

  • 25Jun

    For more than two months, the UK and the EU, like most of the rest of the world - has been preoccupied with the Coronavirus pandemic. Now, as the deadline for an extension to the Brexit talks looms, and the German presidency of the EU Council approaches, some old themes are creeping back up the agenda.

  • 24Jun

    This month marks the eightieth anniversary of the occupation of the Baltic States by the Soviet Union in June 1940. It was the start of a long nightmare for their inhabitants which only ended with the re-establishment of their independence in 1991.

  • 22Jun

    In order to explore new solutions and to allow creative different thinking about peace making in the Middle East, the panellists will discuss the ways in which the various Middle East conflicts at different levels are entangled and interconnected.

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  • 18Jun

    While global attention has been focussed on the coronavirus epidemic, with perhaps a glance or two at Hong Kong and the South China Seas, the PRC has taken a dramatic step in the Himalayas. The move has its regional roots in the geo-economic clash between India is reacting to being surrounded by Pakistan and China.

  • 17Jun

    This is part II of a two part discussion the Centre is hosting on the role of NGOs on 16th and 17th June. 

  • 16Jun

    The Centre is holding a two part discussion on the role of NGOs on 16th and 17th June.  Please join us for part I: "How much do we care?"