Category Archives: European politics

Beyond COVID-19: Australia, the ‘dangerous decade’ and the panic to come

International Relations will continue beyond the COVID-19 crisis and so too, the rise of China. This analysis covers offers a perspective of the dire position Australia is in, as the decade 2020 – 2030 rolls on. Continue reading

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Taiwan 2018: A few weeks in …

Taiwan: to mid-February 2018 The Taiwan-China issue remains vibrant and ongoing.  There is near-daily comment in the newspapers about the ongoing situation:  China asserting pressures and Taiwan attempting to retain its independence (whilst not actually declaring independence).  The situation is … Continue reading

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A perspective on the current crisis inTurkey

The crackdown in Turkey–by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan–which has now been extended to a three month state-of-emergency it must be said is a foolish and dangerous move. The arresting of people who are ‘against’ Erdogan’s rule are in fact … Continue reading

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