Kevin Hempstead discusses ISIS propaganda in print, the Dabiq magazine.
Author: Kevin Hempstead
Turning A Blind Eye to Human Rights? America’s Strategic Partnership With Bahrain
Kevin Hempstead analyzes the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Bahrain and why Human rights abuses in Bahrain are often swept under the rug.
Outdated Thinking or New Grand Strategy: China, U.S. and Air-Sea Battle
Kevin Hempstead discusses the future of U.S. Armed Forces strategy and the implications of adopting the Air Sea Battle Grand strategy.
The Threat of Russia Looms Over Sweden’s NATO Debate
Kevin Hempstead analyzes the polarizing debate in Sweden on whether or not they should join the NATO Alliance.
The Hidden Costs of the Bisha Mine: Human Rights Abuses in Eritrea
Kevin Hempstead discusses the the implications of Canadian mining companies working in Eritrea were human rights abuses are well documented.
Can al-Qaeda Shed Its Radical Image?
Kevin Hempstead discusses the changing dynamics of al-Qaeda with the rise of the Islamic State.
Power, Politics or Art: Eurovision 2015
Kevin Hempstead discusses the intricate workings of Eurovision in which power, politics, and diplomatic alliances all come together for one fun night of television enjoyed by the entire family.
MRAP’s, Goodwill Initiatives, and Human Rights Abuses: Uzbekistan and the Central Asian Conundrum
Kevin Hempstead explores the troubling human rights records of Central Asian countries, specifically Uzbekistan and why more has not been done to try and stop human rights abuses in the region.
Europe’s Migration Crisis: What are the Best Options?
Kevin Hempstead discusses the recent developments in Europe’s migration crisis and what the best options are going forward.
Canada’s Northern Strategy: The Battle for the Arctic
Kevin Hempstead discusses Canada’s Northern Strategy and its battle against Russia for Arctic dominance.