Author: Morgan Henson
Morgan Henson is a dual degree masters student with an MA in Russian and East European Studies and a Master of Global Policy Students at the University of Texas at Austin. He graduated with a BA in History from Fordham University in New York City in 2015 and has intermittently lived and worked throughout Eastern Europe in the last half decade. His graduate research covers identity politics in Eastern Europe and interethnic conflicts in the former Soviet space, mainly the ethnic Russian diaspora living in the region. He has recently written on Russian and East European policy decisions and conflicts for the School of Russian and Asian Studies' Home & Abroad Internship.

Great Power Relations with Oceania Nations

Under the assumption that the current trajectory toward irreversible climate change will continue, this post examines the most likely populations that will move and the pre-existing connections they have to other, larger nations. *An important note: this post does not

Immigration to Australia

At the current trajectory, severe climate change will become a reality and many of the island nations in Oceania, especially atoll countries, will need to find new, sustainable places to live. Some may move internally within Oceania, but others will

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Race in Australia: Part II

At the current trajectory, severe climate change will become a reality and many of the island nations in Oceania, especially atoll countries, will need to find new, sustainable places to live. Some may move internally within Oceania, but others will

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Race in Australia: Part I

At the current trajectory, severe climate change will become a reality and many of the island nations in Oceania, especially atoll countries, will need to find new, sustainable places to live. Some may move internally within Oceania, but others will

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