Sophie Kiderlin

Sophie studies Politics and International Relations at the University of Bath. She is especially interested in global health, social inequality and diplomacy.

8 posts

How democratic is Aung San Suu Kyi’s Myanmar really?

Image: Pixabay.com No one was surprised when Aung San Suu Kyi won an absolute majority in Myanmar’s elections. Neither international observers, nor the media,…

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Will there finally be peace between Azerbaijan and Armenia?

Armenian protests in Martuni, Nagorno-Karabakh, 1988. Armenian Museum of Photo and Video Materials on Flickr (CC) Azerbaijan is celebrating. Armenia is angry. This week,…

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What is the future of nonprofits in India?

Image: Pexels.com The Indian government is again cracking down on nonprofits in the country. This time, receiving funding from overseas has become the central issue.…

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#WhereIsMyName: Afghan women fight for their identity

Image credit: Pixabay Names can be seen as a basic representation of identity, yet this was a privilege that many Afghan women were unable to reclaim…

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Bannon in disgrace: can Trump save face?

Image Credit: Gage Skidmore 7.15 AM, on the 20th August. On a super yacht off the coast of Connecticut, Steve Bannon has just been arrested…

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Is the media to blame for the rise of the far right?

Illustration: Gabriella Nero Wherever you go, whatever you read – the idea of the ‘rise of the far right’ is almost omnipresent. Far right parties have…

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