Research Associate in International Development, University of Bath
Jeremy Wildeman, PhD, is a Research Associate in International Development at the University of Bath, Department for Social and Policy Sciences, where he carries out analysis in international relations, foreign aid, and the role of donors and aid in the occupied Palestinian territory. He holds a PhD from the University of Exeter. Prior to entering academia, he spent nearly a decade working in development aid in the region, and remains engaged supporting the work of small charities in conflict and post-conflict worldwide.
Canada is caught in a mess of its own diplomatic making following the recent escalation in conflict between the United States and Iran. This escalation seemed to contribute to the downing by Iran on its own soil of Ukraine...
Oct 20, 2019 10:13 am UTC| Insights & Views
In August 2018, the relationship between Canada and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia appeared to break down in a most public and modern way: over Twitter. This began with mild criticism by Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister...