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Catherine Sirotkin

Catherine is an undergraduate student studying Political Science With Sociology at the University of Birmingham. She specialises in Middle Eastern conflicts and has an avid interest in international relations, development economics, as well as minority empowerment in the UK. Catherine is also a keen reader, podcast-listener and believer in God. In addition to politics, she is also a huge food lover, especially in terms of her sweet tooth.
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Insecurity and Instability: The Meltdown of The “Snowflake” Generation in The Employment Market

Constantly labelled “the snowflake” generation, millennials have been teased and undermined as a result of the previously taboo subjects that they have internalised, often...

The Legacy of Yannis Behrakis: Conflict Photographer Dies Aged 58

“My mission is to make sure that nobody can say: ‘I didn’t know’.”Yannis Behrakis Whilst international security and conflict is a topic most often monopolised...

Shamima Begum’s Citizenship Revoked: When Will Minorities Be British enough?

Shamima Begum, born and raised in East London and of Bangladeshi descent, had her citizenship revoked last week after travelling to Syria to join...

American Suspension of INF Treaty Risks 21st Century Nuclear Arms Race

"Russia is in material breach of its obligations under the INF treaty" At the beginning of the month, Trump announced the American suspension of the...

Amani Simpson: Establishing Community Potential in the Midst of Authoritative Ignorance

“Sometimes you can be trapped in this mental prison and society isn't offering any alternatives. Society is putting these young boys in the box...

Mass Protests In Madrid As PM Attempts To Hold Talks With Catalan Separatists

Protests organised by some of Spain’s leading right wing parties attracted almost 45,000 people standing against the Spanish Prime Minister’s decision to hold negotiations...

Only 1% of £100m donation to be used to encourage intake of BME students

Only 1% of £100m donation to Cambridge University to be used to encourage intake of BME students: A futile attempt to challenge contemporary institutional...

Israeli Election Videos Push the Early Election Further to the Right, and Away From Peace Following the Perpetuation of Arab Stereotypes.

Following calls by a number of the present coalition's members, Israel will see an early election taking place in April, posing a possible threat...

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