Alex Siddall

Alex Siddall is currently pursuing an MSc in International Security at Bristol University. A graduate of Earth Sciences, Alex found his true calling after he started writing and reporting for a number of local newspapers. Now an aspiring journalist, he is keen to deepen his understanding of politics and history. Alex is particularly interested in reseaching issues related to nuclear weapons, China's foreign policy, and international relations.

Water Wars: Is It Just a Mirage?

September 16, 2013

Water scarcity is a key threat to world peace. Within the last decade, climate change has become a hotly debated topic. Many people struggle to imagine what the effects of climate change will be and whether the danger is real. At the heart of climate change, however, there are some...

Russia's Separatist Movements

July 12, 2013

It is time Russia found a solution to secessionist movements like Chechnya. Background  Nestling between the Black and Caspian seas, the North Caucasus is home to a number of separatist movements, many of whom have grown into violent struggles over the past few decades and are now increasingly threatening Russia’s...