Policy Hackathon: US-Mexico Border Crisis

This is the second of two winning papers from the Policy Hackathon event hosted by our European Affairs and Defence & Diplomacy Policy Centres on 17 October 2019. It was co-written over the course of fifty minutes by a team of students (see below), and edited by our Head Editors for publication on the blog.

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Policy Hackathon: Venezuelan Migrant Crisis

This is the first of two winning papers from the Policy Hackathon event hosted by our European Affairs and Defence & Diplomacy Policy Centres on 17 October 2019. It was co-written over the course of fifty minutes by a team of students (see below), and edited by our Head Editors for publication on the blog.

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The Chinese Perspective: Troubled Waters in the South China Sea

The South China Sea dispute has the potential to destabilise a region that is one of the most economically significant in the world, and home to around two billion people. Most analyses on this topic focuses on how China should be countered, without paying much attention to Chinese interests and motivations.  Continue reading “The Chinese Perspective: Troubled Waters in the South China Sea”

The Impact of Detention Time on Migrant Mental Health in the UK: Prioritising Children’s Welfare

The UK’s immigration detention facilities are among the largest in Europe. Here, immigration detention refers to the Home Office’s practice of detaining asylum seekers and applicants for asylum and humanitarian protection for immigration-related purposes. Continue reading “The Impact of Detention Time on Migrant Mental Health in the UK: Prioritising Children’s Welfare”