Zac Williams


About Zac Williams

Currently studying at the University of Queensland and in the process of completing a Bachelor of International Studies, majoring in both international relations and french. I possess a deep interest in civilizational politics, particularly in the former Yugoslavia, as well as interest in the role of multilateral institutions in the international system.

Intensifying Tensions In Yemen: A Civil War Within A Civil War

The internationally recognized government of Yemen has acknowledged defeat in the port city of Aden. According to SBS, the clashes left around 40 people dead and threaten to exacerbate the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. Subsequently, the Saudi Arabian led coalition fighting in Yemen has requested an immediate ceasefire, they called […]


New Chinese Report Offers Convenient Truth Regarding The Uyghur People 1

The Chinese State Council Information Office recently released a white paper that paints Xinjiang, the region home to the ethnic Uyghur people, as a religiously diverse community where many faiths have co-existed for centuries. It argues that Uyghurs in Xinjiang were forced to become Muslim and that they have been […]


West Papuan Independence And The Australian Perspective

The West Papuan independence movement has been ongoing for more than half a century. Since the 1962-1963 Indonesian takeover of West Papuan territory, West Papuans have endured political and social persecution, without any substantial help from the international community. This piece will look specifically at the relationship between West Papua […]


Republika Srpska Withdraws Plans For A Controversial Reservist Police Force In Bosnia And Herzegovina 2

The Serb-dominated entity of Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina has announced a withdrawal of plans to establish a new reservist police force amid concerns over the historical context of reservist forces in the country and widespread criticism from Bosnian Muslims and Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Western allies.  During the Bosnian […]