Tom Kirk

Tom is GP's Online Editor and researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

Post Archive

23 May 2024
Brian Stoddart unpicks why international education finds itself under attack and argues for a new approach. Global affairs have likely reached yet another major inflection…
22 May 2024
Duncan Green overviews a radical proposal for the UK in a changing world. Just been reading The World in 2040: Renewing the UK’s Approach to International Affairs. In many ways,…
15 May 2024
An introduction to four recent E-Books from Global Policy's partnership with the Observer Research Foundation. Each is free to download from the links below.       Future Warfare…
15 May 2024
Manuel Francisco Sambo argues that the SADC’s counterterrorism mission pulled out of Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province despite violence still raging due to deficiencies in global…
14 May 2024
Duncan Green on lessons hard won. The photo I dug up for Tuesday’s post of me wandering about in rainswept paddyfields in Vietnam got me thinking about a recurrent theme…
09 May 2024
Robert Wade explores how Brazil is playing up G20 hosting role as a symbol of its deserved high status in the hierarchy of nations, and as a way to gain legitimacy for…
08 May 2024
Camila Teixeira introduces a recent report exploring the complexities of youth protest to understand both their promise and their challenges. In recent years, more young people…
03 May 2024
Kamilia Amdouni unpacks some of the major concerns raised by civil society groups on the new European law, and shares insights on potential future development. Last March, the…
01 May 2024
An Interview with Isabelle Moulin, CIR, Matsue-City, Shimane Prefecture, Japan. As instructors, how can we better prepare the next generation of city, citizen, and public…
30 April 2024
The Other of Climate Change: Racial Futurism, Migration, Humanism by Andrew Baldwin. Lanham and London: Rowman and Littlefield 2022. 224 pp., £92 hardcover 978-1-78661-450-6, £30…
23 April 2024
GenAI is falling short in terms of applicability to decision-making situations. Where it relies on recognizing correlations and patterns in events, causal AI is rooted in a deeper…
22 April 2024
In the fifth of this series of podcasts with UN and other aid leaders making change happen on the frontline, I talked to Panos Moumtzis, who now leads the GELI programme, about…
19 April 2024
Simon Usherwood argues that the new the pact is a product of centrist politicians not wanting to be outflanked on the question of migration. The European Parliament has…