Tatenda Chinondidyachii Mashanda

Tatenda Chinondidyachii Mashanda

Tatenda Chinondidyachii Mashanda is Joseph G. Gordon scholar studying Politics and International Affairs at Wake Forest University. He is a Waterford Kamhlaba UWC alumnus and a Neorealism enthusiast. His research include collective security, regionalism and African political thought in International relations.

Recent Articles

US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Interventions, Internal Crisis and Ouster of Mosaddeq

The conclusion here is that Musadiq was bound to f…

Aug 18th
Rethinking the Term “Sub Saharan Africa”

My big criticism of the term SSA is that it divide…

Apr 5th
International Relations Need To Be De-Colonized

Decolonizing international relations should expose…

Apr 4th
Qatar Should Host World Cup Despite Debate

Many continue to question the legitimacy of this ‘…

Mar 17th
The Struggle For Regional Hegemony, Riyadh Vs Tehran

Shia Muslims recently held protests against Nimra …

Mar 14th
The Debate on Immigration Misses the Point

The tragic deaths of refugees in the Mediterranean…

Mar 14th
What Has the Liberal Democracy Brought Tunisia?

Five years after a Tunisian street vendor ignited …

Feb 16th
U.S. – Russia Sanctions Are Unproductive

If Russia and China are working closer than ever b…

Dec 8th
Africa Does Not Have a Single Identity

Some individuals involved in the charity business …

Jul 28th
Challenging Double Standards in Liberal Feminism

Post-colonial feminism promulgates new ways of for…

Jul 22nd