July 27, 2020

In 1861, the Italian statesman Massimo D’Azeglio declared that ‘having made Italy, we need to make the Italians’.

The same can be said of the European Union. Since the EU’s inception, it has sought an ambitious expansion and integration of economic, political and socia...

June 15, 2020

Since World War Two, there has been a proliferation of regional integration organisations, from general Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) like the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), more integrative organisations like the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (AS...

April 27, 2020

Since the inception of the European Coal and Steel Community in 1951, Europe has seen a deepening in integration across all possible realms. The extent of this integration has been gradual but severe, with the turn of the century signalling a new era for integration on...

November 27, 2019

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244, adopted on the 10th of June 1999, aimed to promote ‘the establishment of substantial autonomy and self-government in Kosovo’. On the basis of this, international negotiations on Kosovo’s status began in February 2007. A...

October 21, 2019

In the UK, it’s been hard to escape the feeling that our current political stalemate is totally unique to us. Yes, we might not be immune to President Trump’s Twitter sideshow or the horrors of Syrian civil war, but we’re somehow different. A mature Western democracy w...

May 14, 2019

Upon arriving in Accra, Ghana, a handful of things clear to me very quickly. Accra is a friendly, colourful, progressive and interesting city that makes Ghana the country that it is. But with these observations also comes the opportunity to see what issues are still pr...

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