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EU's Normative Power : Growing Inter-regionalism with ACP Countries

The European Union (EU) has recognized the connection between regional integration and development in it’s policy towards the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries by including regional integration among the three focal priorities for poverty reduction mentioned in the Cotonou Agreement. 260 more words

Can a virus pose a threat to globalisation?

By Veer & Saanjana

Globalisation which propelled the process of increasing interconnectedness (enhancing the easy flow of goods, services, money, ideas, and information) is facing backlash from critics due to the outbreak of the global pandemic. 580 more words

International Politics

Free Pratique: Managing Illness and Quarantine At Sea

Captain Brett Crozier, the Commanding Officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, sent a letter to his commanders in the Pacific Fleet this week. His warning was dire. 1,113 more words


US and Iran Exchange Warnings

Some things never change. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, animosity between Iran and the United States continue on. Now it appears as if tension between the two nations is on the rise again after President Trump’s warnings on Wednesday. 295 more words

International Relations

Pressing Institutions

Since the end of the Second World War, there has been a steady uptick in the number of multilateral and international institutions, led by the United Nations and its various bodies and agencies, including the World Health Organization, or WHO. 464 more words


A Union of Equals

Andrew McGough – Year 13 Student (13RP)

Editor’s Note: This article was first published in GSAL’s student-led Politics in Review magazine. CPD

The United Kingdom is often described as a union of equals, implying an equal partnership between the four constituencies of the United Kingdom. 883 more words

Social Sciences