Stephen Angus Peter Junor

Stephen Angus Peter Junor

Freelance Journalist / Editor

University of Liverpool - MA in (Research Methodologies) Globalisation and Development. My main interests: geopolitics, sustainability + environment -

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Spain's gag law strikes at the heart of its grassroots culture : Aug ...

I look at how Spain's gag law is restricting citizens' right to protest

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Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth | The Diplomat

I analyse the debates that took place during COP20 in Lima and look to the year ahead

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Podemos: Reclaiming Democracy

My piece looking at the context and mish-mash of influences that allowed Podemos to emerge

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Why India Is Key to a Climate Deal | The Diplomat

Recent bilateral initiatives between the US and China to reduce carbon emissions has shifted the focus towards the world's 3rd largest emitter, India

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The Diplomat

China's Climate Change Paradox | The Diplomat

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.

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Social media changing the protest landscape in China

Despite state censorship and political repression, social media is changing the protest landscape in China.

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The Diplomat

India: The Odd BRIC Out | The Diplomat

I explore why India must balance relations with historical Western ties and its emerging BRICS partners

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Complex Politics Permeate Climate Change Negotiations

Perceived tension between SDGs and the UNFCCC process leads to a complex political situation

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Green Energy Revolution: China

Despite many failings, China is making concerted progress towards a low-carbon sustainable future

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The new scramble for Africa

My look at the race to trade with Africa and China's growing relationship with the continent

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Euro-African trade signifies changing relations

Euro-African trade is designed to foster a more equal relationship, but is this really the case?

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Independence movements within Europe reflect a changing world

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

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Balkanization within a Globalizing World

My look at the unique forms of nationalism within Scotland and Catalonia

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A Crisis That May Define the Future of the Labour Party

My look at why the Labour Party needs to devolve power within itself and pursue a more radical social agenda

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Urbanisation and China’s future

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.