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Welcome to the War Studies podcast. We bring you world-leading research from the School of Security Studies at King’s College London, the largest community of scholars in the world dedicated to the study of all aspects of security, defence and international relations. We aim to explore the complexRead more

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Climate change and the securitization of vulnerable nations

Dec 8 • 39:00
Vulnerable nations are really feeling the negative effects and implications of climate change and the associated security repercussions. To what extent is climate change a security issue in vulnerable states? How are the coalitions between under-developed nations helping in the fight against climate change? What are the key issues and divisions in the approaches of the glo...

Guilty Women, Foreign Policy, and Appeasement with Professor Julie Gottlieb

Nov 16 • 43:10

China, India and the USA’s different approaches to climate security

Nov 11 • 41:57
The three major powers at the centre of COP26 - China, India and the USA, have differing perspectives on the link between climate and security. Yet how does this impact their climate policy? What are the drivers behind the ways the different countries think about the relationship between security and the environment? How does this impact the vital cooperation needed to mak...

Drivers and Obstacles of the UN Climate Change Agenda

Oct 27 • 33:53
What's the UN's role in addressing the security risks of climate change? And what are the obstacles faced by UN bodies in meeting these challenges?

In the second episode of this five-part mini-series on Climate Change and National Security, Dr Duraid Jalili from the King’s Environmental Security Research Group and Professor Matt McDonald from the University of Queensland, ...

Immigration, decolonisation and Britain’s Radical Right

Oct 22 • 42:50
What did the British empire, it’s history and legacy mean for Britain’s fascists? And what does this tell us about where the radical right fits into the politics of race in Britain today?

From the creation of the pro-Empire British Fascisti by Rotha Lintorn-Orman in the 1920s to Enoch Powell’s ominous Rivers of Blood speech in 1968, the language of white supremacy and imper...

Immigration, decolonisation and Britain’s Radical Right with Dr Liam Liburd

Oct 22 • 42:52
What did the British empire, it’s history and legacy mean for Britain’s fascists? And what does this tell us about where the radical right fits into the politics of race in Britain today?

From the creation of the pro-Empire British Fascisti by Rotha Lintorn-Orman in the 1920s to Enoch Powell’s ominous Rivers of Blood speech in 1968, the language of white supremacy and imper...

Government responses to climate change and national security

Oct 13 • 29:16
Throughout October and November we're bringing you the special podcast mini-series ‘Climate Change and National Security’, in the run up to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), hosted by the Environmental and Security Research Group in the School of the Security Studies.

How do different states view the relationship between climate and security? Is the...

Climate Change & National Security Podcast Miniseries - Episode 1

Oct 12 • 29:16
How do different states view the relationship between climate and security?
Is there a best practice for climate security and a sense of momentum as we move into COP26?
Should we be worried about the securitisation of the climate agenda?

In the first of a five part mini-series on Climate Change and National Security, Prof. Matt McDonald from the University of Queensland and ...

American Grand Strategy and China's hegemonic challenge with Dr Zeno Leoni

Oct 5 • 41:14
There is widespread agreement that world order is in transition. The Liberal International Order (LIO), established in the aftermath of World War II, is in decline.

In the summer of 2008, just 20 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, China’s lavish opening ceremony at the Olympic Games in Beijing showed the world a ‘glorious civilisation’ with a desire to reconquer wha...

Women in the War: The Last Heroines of Britain’s Greatest Generation with Lucy Fisher

Sep 9 • 37:39
Women’s efforts were indispensable in the Second World War effort, yet their stories are often missing from the general narratives. The nature of the job they did, the unabating dangers they faced and how they experienced the ups and downs of professional and personal war life, is still under-researched and under-reported.

In this special episode we’re joined by Lucy Fishe...

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