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Cameron Rogers is Head of the Asian Affairs Desk at the International Citizen. He is studying International Politics at Kings College London, and will spend time studying at Keio University, Yonsei University and the University of Hong Kong in Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong respectively.

Iraq’s Latest Scourge

Iraq’s Latest Scourge

No matter what crisis grabs the headlines, from Thailand to Syria, there is always one danger zone in the Middle East which is in constant limbo between recovery from its troubled past, and becoming a failed state. Yet within the ...

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To Be Free or Not to Be Free? That is Almost the Question

To Be Free or Not to Be Free? That is Almost the Question

As the Scottish referndum for indenpendence fast approaches, Cameron Rogers asses the arguments for both Scotland’s secession and remaining with the United Kingdom. ith the referendum on Scottish independence set for the 18th of September this year, talk of independence and ...

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India’s Rape Problem: The Cause and Cure?

India’s Rape Problem: The Cause and Cure?

Within India’s Capital, New Delhi, a rape is reported every 22 minutes. After decades of a severe rape problem, it finally seems like the Government is trying solve the problem. n April 4th this year, three men convicted of gang raping ...

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Thailand Continued: Calm Yet Insecure

Thailand Continued: Calm Yet Insecure

With the attention of the world fixed on Ukraine, the political crisis in other nations are easily over looked. While there has been much less focus on Thailand, there has been a massive development in the protest movement. Between the ...

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Cambodia’s Bleak Future Under Hun Sen

Cambodia’s Bleak Future Under Hun Sen

With the establishment of a multiparty democracy in 1993, there was an air of hope and possibility amongst the Cambodian people, one which had not been felt before in the country’s modern history. However, these feelings were short lived as ...

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The Worst of a Bad Lot: Thailand’s Leadership Dilema

The Worst of a Bad Lot: Thailand’s Leadership Dilema

It was a bold move for Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra to go ahead with elections amid the intense violent protests. But when the day finally arrived on February 2nd, it went much smoother than expected. It appeared that it ...

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