Editor In Chief
Maurits is a final year BA International Relations student at King’s College London. His particular interests of study and writing include international security, migration, human rights law and international relations theory.
Louis HOBBS MARTIN
Co-Editor in Chief
and Social Media Manager
Louis is a final year BA International Relations student at King’s College London. His particular interests lay in the regions of China, East and South-East Asia. He also writes for the KCL International Relations Today blog as the “East-Asia and Pacific” Editor.
Coline is a third year student in a BA International Relations at King’s College London. Her personal interest of study are human rights law, Middle Eastern conflict and gender studies. She cares a lot about the environment and is a new member of the KCL Sustainability Committee.
Davide is a final year student in the BA International Relations at King’s College London. His particular interests include international migration, international law, and the relation between human rights and security.
Michael is a History & International Relations 2nd year student at King’s College London, originally from the North of England. His areas of interest include nuclear proliferation, state and cultural identity and its crossover with human rights, as well as modern American history.
Ju-Hyun is a second year BA War Studies student at King’s College London and currently studying abroad at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Her particular interests lie in international security not only in a military sense but also in a global health sense.
Julia KIRSEBOM THOMMESSEN
Julia is a third year International Relations student at King’s College London. Her research interests include right wing extremism, radicalisaton, migration and modern slavery.
Holly is a second year BA International Relations student enrolled at King’s College London, taking part in a study-abroad year at Sciences Po in Paris. She is particularly passionate about contemporary security issues and the role of gender in international relations. She hopes to contribute to making such concepts more accessible to the general public through a means of language and creativity.
Elena is a third year BA International Relations student at King’s College London. Her particular interests of study and research include questions of migration, populism, and the role of emotion in politics.
Carla is a BA Third Year Student of European Studies French Pathway currently on exchange at SciencesPo Paris. She is passionate about environmental issues, feminism and Latin American politics. Her particular interests include political theory, citizen politics and international political economy.
Our Regular Contributors:
Alexia is a 3rd Year Architecture and Interdisciplinary Studies student at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, writing as a contributor for Sensus. Her particular interests of study and research include the intersection between social issues and architecture as well as geopolitics.
Madison is a final year History student at King’s College London writing as a contributor for Sensus. Her particular interests of study and research include migration, queerness, and diplomacy.
She is the acting Editor-in-Chief of the KCL Women & Politics blog, The Clandestine and has been published previously by GLSEN (the Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network) as well as Teen Vogue.
Baptiste is a final year BA International Relations student at King’s College London. His particular interests of study include the impact of climate change on migration, sovereignty as well as climate resilience practices and strategies with a specific focus on the role of the European Union in climate change global politics.
Lili is a postgraduate student at UCL’s Bartlett School of Planning as well as a former BSc. Environment and Development student at the London School of Economics. A former Sensus editor, Lili currently writes for Sensus as regular contributor
In her articles, she usually approaches the monthly topic from an environmental, developmental or gendered perspective.
Malena is a third year political sciences student at Sciences Po Paris, currently studying as an affiliate at University College London. Her particular interests of study and research include political theory, feminism and latin american studies.