Risk analyst Younes Hassar argues that the Middle East needs a Westphalian moment, not new borders.
Luke Godfrey makes the hopeful case for ‘Remain’ and James A. Chisem makes the reluctant case for ‘Leave’.
By James A. Chisem
In 1938, Sergey Pavlovich Korolyov had been identified as an enemy of the Soviet state. According to the powers that be, he was a Trotskyite plotter who had conspired with other missile designers and technicians to overthrow socialism and derail the Russian path to progress. Of course, Sergey Pavolvich was not a spy, nor a traitor—he was the victim of a world in which truth and fiction were as…
By James A. Chisem
This week should have been plain sailing for the British Labour Party. Granted, nobody’s expecting Kezia Dugdale and company to halt the seemingly inexorable march of the SNP in the Scottish Parliamentary elections, nor does it look like there’ll be any sweeping gains in Local Council elections, but the Welsh cohort is on course to maintain its majority in the Senedd, and expectations are so low in general that anything bar a complete catastrophe at next week’s polls will likely be spun as a qualified success—a competent steadying of the ship, if you will. There’s even…
Matthew Campbell (MC) is a PhD student at Aberysywyth University’s Department of International Politics, where he researches Global Health Security. A well-rounded geek, Matthew is one half of the team that runs ‘Social Science Talks Science Fiction’, a podcast mixing politics with pop-culture. Atlantic Bulletin editor James Chisem (JC) interviewed him on 24th April. JC: First off, can […]
United States Atomic Energy Commission, General Advisory Committee. Majority and Minority Reports on Building the Hydrogen-Bomb (Washington DC: USAEC, 1949).
Ho Chi Minh’s proclamation of an independent Vietnamese state. Delivered to the public at Ba Đình flower garden on 2nd September, 1945.