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    Caroline Rose

    London Correspondent

    Caroline is the London Correspondent for Charged Affairs, covering relevant issues within UK and European politics. She is a current Masters candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where she studies the history of crisis decision-making in the Cold War Middle East. Caroline writes about a range of foreign policy trends, but is particularly interested in Levantine security, illicit narcotic trade in the Middle East, and the European defensive community. Follow Caroline on Twitter @CarolineRose8.

Exploring the ‘What If?’ in Middle East Peace

Understanding the Middle East's cartography is key to resolving the region's contemporary conflicts. The King-Crane Commission explores this "alternative history."

Brexit’s Impact on UK-Middle East Relations

This past month, the British Prime Minister Theresa May and her government have scrambled to break the parliamentary deadlock, following the proposal’s January 15th defeat. The race against the March 29th deadline has thrust many questions into the fold regarding Britain’s divorce from the European Union and has cast doubts on whether a negotiated deal…

The UK Desperately Needs a New Counterterrorism Model

The UK's counter-terrorism strategy is outdated, and needs to be revised for preventative measures that take into consideration newer style threats.

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Exploring the ‘What If?’ in Middle East Peace

Understanding the Middle East's cartography is key to resolving the region's contemporary conflicts. The King-Crane Commission explores this "alternative history."

Brexit’s Impact on UK-Middle East Relations

This past month, the British Prime Minister Theresa May and her government have scrambled to break the parliamentary deadlock, following the proposal’s January 15th defeat. The race against the March 29th deadline has thrust many questions into the fold regarding Britain’s divorce from the European Union and has cast doubts on whether a negotiated deal…

The UK Desperately Needs a New Counterterrorism Model

The UK's counter-terrorism strategy is outdated, and needs to be revised for preventative measures that take into consideration newer style threats.

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