Every now and then geopolitics has the tendency to show up uninvited in our every day lives. Whether that be
Canada is used to its provinces trying to secede, as French-speaking Quebec constantly threatens to go it alone. Economic difficulties and corruption scandals have however begun to push conservative Alberta towards what social media has branded ‘Albexit’.
Establishing a national football team can be difficult, particularly if the British Government have forcibly depopulated your entire country.
In 1975, Western Sahara was divided between Morocco and Mauritania. The indigenous population – the Sahrawis – were not consulted, and continue to fight for their right to self-determination.
Nestled in Italy’s scenic north-east, amongst the Dolomite mountain range, lies the autonomous province of Alto Adige. While such a
The relocation of the United States Marine Corps Base at Futenma, Okinawa, has long-been a controversial subject within Japanese politics.
We are living in the Chinese century. This is what economic forecasters would have you believe. With economic pre-eminence often
The Bolivian Navy boasts around 5,000 sailors. In some indexes it ranks 13th in the world in terms of commissioned
The story of the Mutiny aboard William Bligh’s HMS Bounty is perhaps the most documented mutiny in naval history. Far-less
Gibraltar is a thriving British Overseas Territory, situated at the gateway to the Mediterranean. The local population are a multicultural
In November 2016, a community of people based in Crawley, West Sussex, travelled to Whitehall in order to protest a