William Vickers


About William Vickers

Will is currently in his final year of studying a double degree in International Relations (specialising in International Security) and Business at the ANU.

What To Do With North Korea?

Since the Kim family have ruled over North Korea, the country has been the black sheep in the international political sphere. The communist country has adopted quite an isolationist posture and propagated a domestic ideology that enemies, constantly threatening its survival, surround the country. And while relations between North Korea […]


America Gains Support In Facing North Korean Defiance

Early Sunday morning, an alleged Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) was launched in Sinpo, located on North Korea’s east coast. The missile didn’t get far, with reports indicating that the missile blew up on take off. However, the missile launch comes just one day after the massive military parade in Pyongyang, […]


Ukraine’s Perpetual Peace

Last Sunday saw another outbreak of violence take place on Ukraine’s Eastern Front. The outbreak occurred in the industrial town of Avdiivka, which is home to some 16,000 residents. Unfortunately, this is one of many violent outbreaks between Pro-Russian Separatists and Ukrainian loyalists/troops, which has come to define the 33-month […]


Saudi’s “Staggering Violations Of Humanitarian Law” In Yemen

The British Ministry of Defence (MoD) indicated last week that it had noted 252 alleged violations of international humanitarian law carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen’s civil war. This high number of incidents is particularly concerning to the UK’s government as, since the civil war began in March […]