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Dean Forrester is the Editor-in-Chief of The International Citizen. With an NCTJ Diploma in Journalism and a passion for writing, he studies International Politics at King's College London.

The Problem With Isolationism

The Problem With Isolationism

“We have enough of our own problems, forget the rest of the world. Our country comes first.” Sure. Everywhere always has problems. Nowhere is perfect. Domestic problems should take some sort of precedent or else tackling global problems becomes more ...

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Welcome to the Next Generation of Terror: The Islamic Empire

Welcome to the Next Generation of Terror: The Islamic Empire

We don’t negotiate with terrorists. Remember that old cliché? It used to have patriots leap from their seats and burst into uncontrollable applause. Well, it’s back. Many media trumpets of Western powers now play the ‘we won’t negotiate with ISIS’ tune. ...

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el-Sisi’s Power Consolidation and Press Censorship

el-Sisi’s Power Consolidation and Press Censorship

The struggle for democracy is long, arduous and often bloody. Egypt is no exception. Unfortunately, the latest elections are hardly the end of that struggle. With the blitzkrieg advances of  ISIS across northern Iraq, a raging torrent of sectarian militancy ...

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Russia’s 21st Century Nuclear Policy – References

1 Stent, Angela E. “Restoration and Revolution in Putin’s Foreign Policy.” Europe-Asia Studies 60.6 (2008): 1089-106. Print. 2 Trenin, Dmitri. “Russia’s Nuclear Policy in the 21st Century Environment.” Institut Français Des Relations Internationales: Proliferation Papers Autumn 2005 13 (2005): n. ...

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A Notorious Academic & the Historic Defeat of Palestine

A Notorious Academic & the Historic Defeat of Palestine

 In conversation with  Dr. Norman Finkelstein. “Palestine has never been so alone.” No words have chilled a lecture theater quite like these. Not one to mince his words, Dr. Norman Finkelstein asserted this dark truth to a crowd full of ...

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Rising Tensions In and Outside an Uncertain Ukraine

Rising Tensions In and Outside an Uncertain Ukraine

At first it seemed like a swift victory for the Ukrainian people. After months of intense protests and violent clashes, Yukanovich abandoned his presidency, along with his tasteless decadent home, leaving the way open for a newly elected government. The acting president, Oleksander Turchynov even ...

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Hope For and From Tunisia

Hope For and From Tunisia

The genesis of the Arab Spring in Tunisia instigated a surge of hope and protest across North Africa and the Middle East. Many countries followed its example of revulsion against aged and bloated regimes and it seemed a new wave ...

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Truth and Turmoil in Turkey

Truth and Turmoil in Turkey

Seemingly from nowhere, a vast amount of unrest has ruptured right across the supposedly cherished state of democracy and Islam. The ongoing protest spans 48 cities, has seen tens of thousands participate, two have died and roughly one thousands people ...

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