Senior Research Associate, Dr Maria Hadjiathanasiou has published her latest book on Propaganda and the Cyprus Revolt
The divided island of Cyprus reported its first case of COVID–19 to local media on 9 March.
Watching the invisible tsunami crashing through countries, and creating a global health crisis and economic catastrophe, we are preparing for landfall in Yemen, already one of the most fragile countries on earth
Within Myanmar, individual armed ethnic groups, including the Karen National Union and the Chin National Front, have called for a ceasefire of this sort
While relatively stable and wealthy countries struggle to respond effectively to this threat, how will the world’s actual war zones cope?
On March 15, Cyprus shut its borders to all except Cypriots, European workers and those with special permits for a period of two weeks
Some reporting speculates that a decelerating Chinese economy and a military hampered by COVID-19 could force China to scale back its maritime ambitions in the South China Sea.
As Europe has become the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic, governments on the continent have closed borders and turned inwards, scrambling to curb the outbreak and minimise the economic fallout.
(Podcast) Coronavirus: the coup de grace for Lebanon? (WEBINAR) by LSE Middle East Centre | Free Listening on SoundCloud
Even before the coronavirus struck, Lebanon was in the grip of an existential crisis. On March 7th, it defaulted on its Eurobond debt servicing, for the first time ever.