University of Liverpool - MA in (Research Methodologies) Globalisation and Development. My main interests: geopolitics, sustainability + environment - email@example.com
I look at how Spain's gag law is restricting citizens' right to protest
I analyse the debates that took place during COP20 in Lima and look to the year ahead
My piece looking at the context and mish-mash of influences that allowed Podemos to emerge
Recent bilateral initiatives between the US and China to reduce carbon emissions has shifted the focus towards the world's 3rd largest emitter, India
China is a global leader in paving the way for a green economy driven by renewable energy, yet it is the world's largest emitter of carbon dioxide and its emissions have yet to peak. In this piece I explore how the ruling CCP manages this paradox, reflecting on the wider implications for an emissions reduction agreement.
Despite state censorship and political repression, social media is changing the protest landscape in China.
I explore why India must balance relations with historical Western ties and its emerging BRICS partners
Perceived tension between SDGs and the UNFCCC process leads to a complex political situation
Despite many failings, China is making concerted progress towards a low-carbon sustainable future
My look at the race to trade with Africa and China's growing relationship with the continent
Euro-African trade is designed to foster a more equal relationship, but is this really the case?
I examine some of the similarities between various independence movements in Europe, highlighting that many are driven by a desire for more local and representative politics
My look at the unique forms of nationalism within Scotland and Catalonia
My look at why the Labour Party needs to devolve power within itself and pursue a more radical social agenda
Since economic reforms implemented by Deng Xiaoping in the late 1970’s, urbanisation in China has been relentless and it shows no signs of slowing down.