Jonathan Couturier

Jonathan Couturier

Jonathan Couturier is a recent Human Geography graduate, having studied at the LSE and UCL. He took a keen interest in geopolitics and development during his studies, focusing his research on the links between the British national security strategy and its development programme. During his BA at the LSE, he often wrote for its student newspaper, the Beaver. He has worked at the Global Policy Journal as an intern, and at the Frontline Club for Independent Journalism as an assistant, pursuing his interests in global politics. In his spare time, he is a junior diving instructor, a skill he can take with him on his travels.

Post Archive

01 February 2013
Western powers have become enamoured with Conflict-Prevention programmes. They are increasingly being integrated into their development, foreign and security policies. The UK, for…
20 December 2012
The nature of development-assistance is changing. The Global North’s monopoly over aid is slowly coming to an end, as emerging powers such as the BRICS (Brazil, Russia,…