Geopolitics


How to see the world: centring the Indo-Pacific

How to see the world: centring the Indo-Pacific

ByTim MarshallMay 25, 2022
Tim Marshall argues that world maps should centre the Indo-Pacific – the world’s new economic and political hub
China’s controversial security deal with the Solomon Islands

China’s controversial security deal with the Solomon Islands

ByTim MarshallMay 4, 2022
Journalist and broadcaster, Tim Marshall, shares his thoughts on the Solomon Islands’ shift towards a security deal with China
Where will the Taliban’s refugee exodus go?

Where will the Taliban’s refugee exodus go?

ByJacob DykesApr 28, 2022
The Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan prompted a refugee crisis, highlighting how nations differ in the numbers they’re willing to re-home
Germany’s shifts in foreign policy following the war in Ukraine

Germany’s shifts in foreign policy following the war in Ukraine

ByTim MarshallApr 12, 2022
Tim Marshall analyses how Germany’s economic growth became increasingly reliant on Russian energy supplies
How maps tell the story of war in Ukraine

How maps tell the story of war in Ukraine

The way maps are created can have a significant impact on the way we view conflict, as shown by the war in Ukraine
Elections in 2022 that will shape the future

Elections in 2022 that will shape the future

ByTim MarshallFeb 3, 2022
Tim Marshall looks ahead to some of the key elections around the world taking place in 2022 where millions will cast their votes
Shifting geopolitical power in a net-zero world

Shifting geopolitical power in a net-zero world

ByTim MarshallJan 22, 2022
Tim Marshall asks how the transition to ‘net zero’ clean energy will affect the world’s geopolitical power map
Tensions mount over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Tensions mount over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

ByTim MarshallMay 13, 2020
Tim Marshall investigates how the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is creating tension between Ethiopia and Egypt.
Mapping the 2019 UK General Election

Mapping the 2019 UK General Election

If the 2016 vote for Brexit was described as a political earthquake in the UK, then the 2019 general election is the tsunami that followed.
Seborga – the history of a micronation

Seborga – the history of a micronation

There are nearly 70 micronations around the world. Vitali Vitaliev takes a look at Seborga and other self-proclaimed nations.
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