The Well-Travelled Journal
Welcome to The Well-Travelled Journal, a new section of the The Well-Travelled Postcard, with a bit of a twist!
The Well-Travelled Journal’s articles are a look behind the scenes of the world we love to travel. They’re a critical analysis of the society, politics and culture that make our world what it is.
The Well-Travelled Journal is a place to read and learn about topical issues in the field of European Society, Politics and Culture, which I’m researching and writing about during my 2-year Master’s Degree. This journal’s essays and papers have a very different style from my usual blog posts, from the traditional ‘postcards’ that have been the mainstay of The Well-Travelled Postcard since its founding in 2012. While my ‘postcard’ blog posts are informal, full of photos, videos, travel tips and focused on exploring the world, this new ‘journal’ is a hub for more formal, academic essays, research papers and position papers. The journal articles are more like the longer, more serious observations I’d write in a travel journal, rather than on the back of a postcard.
Feel free to browse The Well-Travelled Journal’s articles below, which will grow as I continue my Master’s Degree in European Society, Politics and Culture.
At no other time of the year does the film industry get quite as much attention as now. We are currently in full swing of the awards season, which runs […]
“Europe will be forged in crises, and will be the sum of the solutions adopted for those crises.” – Jean Monnet Jean Monnet’s quote inspires reassurance that so-called crises in […]
The European Union is the first international organisation to attempt a common foreign policy, usually considered a domain of ‘high politics’ that lies solely with nation states. Given its somewhat […]
Months after Britain’s referendum on membership of the European Union (EU), the eyes of millions across Europe remain glued to the news to catch every last update on Brexit. The […]
One criticism often levelled at political leaders involved in international negotiations is that they lack sufficient transparency and public accountability. There are various understandable reasons for this secrecy, such as […]