Editor-in-Chief: Henrik Cullen
Americas Editor: Phillip Yuen
Albeiro did journalism and social communication at the Pontifical Bolivarian University of Medellin, Colombia. Currently doing a Master in Digital Communication in the same institute. He studied theology and archaeology in Ratisbonne Salesian Institute of Jerusalem. He is based in Cambodia since 1999, where he is a teacher of journalism in the Don Bosco schools. Since 2006 has followed the problem of human traffic, education, poverty and rural development.
Carmen Aguilar García is a young Spanish journalist. She graduated in Journalism and Audiovisual Communication at Carlos III University of Madrid. She has been working for several years in news agencies and news programmes in television and radio. She collaborates with a Spanish website and has also written and directed a documentary.
Christopher McMahon. Currently studying for an MA in International Relations & Security at the University of Liverpool after graduating with a BA Hons in Politics and Modern History from the University of Manchester. Former head of layout and writer for The Manchester Historian. Work focuses on foreign policy, cyber warfare, and globalisation.
Claire Farrell is a trained journalist with experience of editing a quarterly industry journal and has previously worked on the editorial teams for the official publications of the Commonwealth Secretariat. She is currently undertaking postgraduate study in modern and contemporary literature, culture and thought at the University of Sussex.
David Palacios Rubio is a journalist based in Barcelona. He is currently working for the website of La Vanguardia newspaper, a major daily in Spain, where he was the Olympics correspondent. He also worked as a reporter in a national radio station and as an editor in chief in a regional newspaper. He is interested in international and political affairs.
Francis is a graduate of King's College London where he studied his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the War Studies department. In his free time he writes articles in his interest areas of international relations and development economics He is available for contact on francis.aumonier -at- gmail.com
Gaius Vagheni Kowene is a young freelance Journalist, a Congolese Filmmaker and blogger. He volunteers in media and communication Department at the cultural center Yolé!Africa, in Goma, DR Congo. He is also the correspondent of Radio Netherlands Worldwide in that part of the country and work with many local and international news agency.
Giacomo Tognini is a student at the University of California, Berkeley studying Political Science and Economics. He is Italian, was born in London, and has lived abroad his entire life, living in 4 countries and visiting another 28. He plans to enter the journalism industry after graduation.
Greg is a postgraduate journalism student based in London. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an undergraduate degree in History and Politics, and this period saw my first studies into the far-right in Europe with an analysis of the development of the NPD in Germany. He was also News Editor at 'The Journal' student newspaper in Edinburgh and co-founder of the recent pan-European student journalism website www.pandeia.eu
Harry Sanders is a graduate from the University of Leeds with an MA in Global Development and the International Political Economy after completing a BA (hons) in Economics at Nottingham Trent University. He holds a particular interest in post-conflict states and human rights and currently interns for the charity, African Prisons Project.
Harry Webb graduated from Leeds University with an undergraduate degree in History in 2012. He is interested in the domestic situation within Cambodia and Burma, as well as the wider implications of US foreign policy in Asia. He lives in London, and has experience of working for a variety of different international non-for-profit organisations.
Ifeanyichukwu Benard Ibeabuchi, also known as Redkad is a Nigerian writer, conscious lyricist and a hip-hop artist. A Graduate of the University of Port Harcourt where he studied Electrical Engineering, Redkad's love for conscious music and journalism began when he joined the press club at school.
Ines Bresler is a young journalist based in Germany. She has a degree in Roman languages and European studies. Ines works in a press office and writes for several intenational media. Spending some time in France, she discovered her interest in European-African relations.
Isaac was born in 1973 in Delta state, Nigeria. He studied History at university and completed a Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies,at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He also took part in an internship programme with Global World and Save the World in London from 2005-2006.
Jacob Kushner is a freelance journalist who has reported from Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the United States. He is currently based in New York, where he is pursuing a Master's degree in political journalism from Columbia University. Contact him at: jfkushner "at" gmail "dot" com
James Jacobs has recently finished working as Communications and Social Media Assistant at Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service. He has written blog articles for various websites and has a passion for current affairs and global development issues, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. He cites George Orwell and the BBC Correspondent Lyse Doucet as his inspiration in journalism.
Jamie graduated with a Masters in African Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies in 2011. He has since held short term roles at Electoral Reform International Services, The Commonwealth Secretariat, Human Rights Centre Uganda and Development Education. He currently lives and works in Kampala, Uganda and is interested in issues of elections, governance and peace-building in the region.
Jamie is a specialist immigration and human rights lawyer based in Scotland. He has extensive experience working in business immigration as well as with refugee and diaspora communities. He has an interest in international migration policy as well the politics of the world’s conflict zones.
Jennifer-Leigh Oprihory is a Chicago-based freelance multimedia journalist. A Master’s candidate at the Medill School of Journalism specializing in health, science and national security reporting, she currently works as a global-health and human-rights blogger at Northwestern University’s Global Health Portal.
Jessica S. Säll is a freelance journalist based in Stockholm, Sweden. She has covered South Africa societal problems such as poverty, social disparities and inequality. As well as in the United States covering domestic politics, international relations and the presidential election 2008. You can contact her at jessica.s.sall *at* icloud.com
Joe Worthington is a successful political writer, editor, and analyst having worked with the likes of the European Union and numerous Diplomats. Joe is one of only 200 worldwide student members of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, and an aspiring Diplomat.
Joseph Hammond is a former Cairo correspondent for Radio Free Europe and an energy market analyst. His career has ranged widely from boxing writer to the United Nations Refugee Works Association in Jordan. Joseph is also an alumnus of the Atlantic Council's Young Atlanticist program.
Joshua Cova is an undergraduate history student at King’s College London. His particular interests lie in the European Union and the conflict and wars which are going on in today’s world. He wishes to pursue his academic career by studying International Relations, envisaging a future at the Foreign Office.
Jyoti Mansukhani is a freelance journalist residing in the U.A.E.; a recent post graduate of M.A in International Journalism from University of Central Lancashire. She’s worked with local media firms in Dubai, and Current affairs, international relations and development journalism are her forte.
Kyle is a graduate from the University of Guelph where he obtained a BA honours degree in both Political Science and Criminal Justice and Public Policy. Currently working as a freelance journalist, he holds a particular interest in Canadian politics and foreign affairs.
Lenka has graduated with a Master's degree in Global Politics at Birkbeck College, University of London, following BA European Studies and German Studies. She has undertaken an internship with a think tank, Open Europe, and also volunteered for a charity, FPWP Hibiscus.
Leo is currently studying for an MSc in American Politics at Birkbeck College, University of London. He previously gained a 2:1 (Hons) degree in International Relations and Politics from Keele University. He is primarily interested in American political affairs but also writes on international and domestic British issues.
I am currently a second-year undergraduate studying Politics with International Studies at the University of Exeter. Originally from Luxembourg, I have decided to study in the United Kingdom to pursue my career goal in international politics. Besides my lively interest in politics, writing has been my passion for the past years.
Mohamed Amine Belarbi, a student at New York University Abu Dhabi, is a dedicated blogger with a strong passion for international affairs. His work goes beyond writing, as his activity in various organizations includes the founding of a youth-led network of think tanks across the MENA region and a foundation to support young social entrepreneurs.
Nadia is a politics graduate from SOAS and a contributor to political and economic blogs. With experience across the UK public and not-for-profit spheres, including writing a report to the United Nations, she now combines her keen creative eye with a passion for writing, working with some of the biggest charities in the UK on their communication and marketing strategies. You can contact her on nadia.huq86 [at] gmail.com
Paul Frimpong is an Associate Chartered Economic Policy Analyst from (ACCE-Global) in Ghana. He writes on International Macroeconomic and Global Affairs with special interest in African Economic Affairs. Undergraduate student of the University of Ghana, Department of Information Studies with a strong background not limited to economics, finance, trade, investments and global affairs.
Phillip Yuen is an undergraduate student studying Political Science at Binghamton University. He is interested in Middle Eastern foreign policy, as well as US domestic policy and politics. He currently lives in New York City but hopes one day to be an on-the-ground foreign correspondent covering news around the world.
Portia Onwuyalim is a graduate of Delta State University, where she studied English and Literary Studies. She worked for TELL Magazine in Nigeria, writing over 30 pieces. She now writes business stories and works as a freelancer and blogger. Portia is looking forward to doing her postgraduate broadcasting degree.
Rosanna has just completed a Masters degree from SOAS (where her focus was on the Middle East), and is currently the Communications Assistant at the Henry Jackson Society and the Editor for Israel for the Asfar Journal. She is interested in human rights, Islamic law and foreign policy in particular with regard to the Middle East and North Korea.
Royce Kurmelovs is a freelance writer from Adelaide, Australia. He is in the final year of a Law and Journalism degree at the University of South Australia. Royce has interned with Lonely Planet and his work has been published by OurWorldToday.com.au and the San Francisco Bay Guardian.
Sam Becker is a writer and journalist based in Seattle, Washington. He earned his degree in Broadcast News from Washington State University in 2009, and has worked as in radio, video production, social media, and now is focusing his efforts on journalism. His interests include politics, technology, travel, history, and economics.
Scott graduated with an MA in Near and Middle Eastern Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), focusing on the history, politics and economics of the Middle East, and also holds a BA (Hons) in War Studies from King’s College London. He currently interns for an intelligence and risk mitigation company in London.
Shehab Khan will be studying PPE at the University of Warwick. He spent a portion of his gap year working for Ernst and Young, however has a keen interest in UK politics, and he has done a lot of campaigning at a grass root level. He worked on the Ed Miliband for the Labour leadership campaign, has canvassed with MPs and worked for pressure and campaign groups.
International Security Studies MA graduate from the University of Leicester who had previously completed an undergraduate study in law. Currently interning, in a research capacity, at a conflict resolution organisation. Work focuses on security in Africa, the Middle East and international law.
Simon currently works as an English conversation teacher and is studying towards a PhD in Lifelong Education. He has also worked as a journalist in Europe, America and Israel. He has spent time working at the European Commission and Parliament. Simon is interested in international affairs, human rights and LGBT rights.
Sunil Patel is a freelance Journalist based in London. He covered the conflict in Syria in 2012, and was published on VICE. Sunil also worked in London Metropolitan Police as a Police Community for four years and then went on to do activist work in Palestine and the Syrian Refugee camps in Kurdistan.
Thomas Bignal is a professional in EU and International Affairs based in Brussels. He has a BA in Politics and International Relations and an LLM in International Law with International Relations. A firm believer in the European project, Thomas has worked for a variety of organisations in Brussels, which has enabled him to have a good understanding of how the EU works both on paper and in reality.
Tomas Brogan has previously studied Philosophy and worked in international analysis. He speaks English, Spanish and French, and is currently working in the European tourist industry. His interests include the changing significance of European freedom of movement for workers and European expansion and integration.
Txell Parera is a Catalan journalist. She graduated in Journalism at Autonomous University of Barcelona and later studied a Peace Culture and Conflict Management at the same university. She has been working for Barça TV and she has also collaborated with Belgium radio. She is interested in African and Middle East cultures, as well as in social and armed conflicts and in International Relations.
Usman read Arabic and International Relations at the University of Westminster, before pursuing an MA from the University of Exeter’s Department of Arab and Islamic studies. His interests include Politics, International Relations and history. He also enjoys travelling and has lived and worked in Syria.
Valerio A. Bruno is currently a PhD student of Political Science at the Catholic University of Milan. He has a BA and MA in Philosophy and a Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations. He was an intern at the Israel-Italy Chamber of Commerce in Tel Aviv in 2011 and is now a trainee at the European Commission in Brussels. He is mainly interested in International Trade Relations.
Vicente Carbona is a bilingual journalist and writer, currently based in Valencia, Spain. He has a BA in Political Science/International Relations, and a MS in Journalism from Boston University. His interests include political, economic and cultural issues in Southern Europe and the USA. He is also the author of Línea Roja, a thriller set in Valencia and North Africa.
Wallace is a freelance journalist/photojournalist currently based and mostly operating in Zimbabwe. He has more than 10 years of experience in the journalism profession, and has won two photojournalism awards. He also has a keen interest in using photography as a means of communicating.
Winnie Yeung is a sophomore History and Arabic major in Middlebury College, Vermont, USA. A native from Hong Kong, she is interested in the democratization process in China and its interaction with Hong Kong politics. Her favourite three things are: falafel, Baudelaire and Totoro cartoon.