Topic 11: Critical Analysis of US sanctions on Iran and its Impact on the Local Region?
Research Aim: This geopolitics dissertation topic aims to review the sanctions imposed by the US upon Iran. It also analyses the implications that the US has to face as a result of the assassination of Iranian General Qassim Suleimani. It explores the possibility of the US gaining the strategic advantage they were looking for or has, in fact, purposefully disrupted the region's organic growth. The study also looks into the retaliation strategy of Iran and if it holds any weight. How far does Iran able to withhold these sanctions, and what is the impact of these sanctions on its neighbouring countries?
Topic 12: Critical Analysis of Human Rights Violation in the Valley of Indian Occupied Kashmir - Why are the Developed Countries Such as The United Kingdom Not Playing A Key Role in Addressing Such Humanitarian and Political Crisis?
Research Aim: The current topic aims to study fundamental human rights violations and the numberless cases of political abuse happening in the Indian-Occupied Kashmir. The revocation of Kashmir's special status and imposition of a curfew by the Indian government in Kashmir valley speak volumes about the severe violation of human rights. Some other testimonies include the increasing number of missing persons, kidnapping, and sexual and physical abuse. Why is the world, particularly the developed countries such as the UK, keeping a closed eye on this issue?
Topic 13: What are the Political Consequences of the NATO Alliance for the UK?
Research Aim: The aim of this thesis topic in international relations and diplomacy is to question the NATO alliance and the political consequences of such a multilateral collaboration, especially for the UK. NATO might be the most significant known alliance amongst many countries, but to what political and personal gain from the UK’s perspective? The study addresses the advantages and disadvantages of being a part of the NATO alliance for the UK.
Topic 14: Examining Impact of Corporate-Focused Tax Havens including Netherlands, Singapore, Ireland, and the U.K. and its Impact on Long-Term International Relations and Geopolitics
Research Aim: The current topic aims to explore the impact of offering tax havens in the form of jurisdictions that offer low or even no taxes in a bid to attract foreign investment. The research particularly aims to analyse if such policies lead to white-collar money laundering from developing countries like Pakistan to developed countries like the UK.
Topic 15: Analysing the Impacts of Coronavirus on International Relations of the UK
Research Aim: The current study aims to explore the extent to which coronavirus has influenced the international relations of the UK, particularly with countries that have assisted the UK in mitigating the risks involved due to the widespread disease. Also, the research gives an insight into the widespread consequences of the coronavirus within the political structure of the UK.
Topic 16: “Make America Great Again”— Can this be Considered as an Attempt to Maintain Uni-polarity in the World
Research Aim: The current topic aims to study the central ideology behind the concept of “Make America Great Again.” The world is shifting from unipolar to multipolar due to the newly forming alliance between China and Russia. America is trying to preserve its status, but the concern is quite prominent and evident in the mentioned slogan. The scope of the study includes the steps the US is taking to maintain the status quo. It also puts forth the alliance that Russia and China are forging and the impact it is having on the US and the rest of the world.
Topic 17: The implications of UK-EU and US-China trade wars on Developing Countries
Research Aim: The current study aims to highlight the impact that the United Kingdom and European Union, as well as the United States and China trade wars, have on the economies of developing countries. The scope of the study includes an in-depth analysis of the rising cost of living in such countries, along with the deterioration in education, health, and GDP per capita. It also highlights the growing concerns that such developing countries face.
Topic 18: Can the Process of Globalisation Lead to a Borderless World? Analysing the Challenges of the State-Centric Cartographies
Research Aim: The primary aim of this topic is to analyse if the process of globalisation influences the core institutions of world order, including sovereignty and nation-states. The focus of this research is based on case studies of the Canadian states, where all citizens were granted access to all forms of basic facilities, which led to the enhancement of the life standard within the targetted states. Does this mean that the same could be applied to all humans on Earth? Could humanity enter into a state of general harmony and a borderless World?
Topic 19: A Bright Future for More Strengthened Relationships Between the African Union and the European Union.
Research Aim: The proposed international law dissertation topic aims to study in-depth the scope that a strong alliance between the European Union and the African Union will have on addressing the law and order-related problems in Africa. It will be providing analytical data supported by facts, statistics economic analysis. The scope of the study will also examine how strengthening the law and order, undertaking development projects and corporate investments within Africa will help it to overcome the problems that it is facing internally and externally.
Topic 20: How does the Growth of China as a Superpower Threaten the United States of America?
Research Aim: The expansion of this economic behemoth has created massive holes in the global trading market. America, which has been a powerhouse for half a century, is now endangered by China's economic growth. On the road, the two countries seem to have pleasant terms, but they are engaged in quite a new stage in the international market. The research aims to analyse the advancement of China, how it developed as a nation, how it is growing to be the next superpower, and how it constitutes a threat to America. The research study covers all these issues, including policy framing, trade, and so on.