It is the morning of Saturday the 30th March 2019. The news headline reads: The UK crashes out of the EU with no deal. Images of…View More Brexit: Why a bad deal is better than no deal
In October 2018, Canada became the second country worldwide to fully legalise recreational marijuana. Standardised by provincial governments, it will be legal to possess up…View More Legalisation in Canada Fails to Atone for its Racist Legacy
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Prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered on October 2nd in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. According to Turkish intelligence, Khashoggi was tortured and then…View More Up for sale – U.S. foreign policy is now value free
Ever since Eritrea was bloodily carved out through decades of war and struggle against its overbearing neighbor, Ethiopia, peace and stability have been difficult to…View More What Impact Will the Recent Eritrea-Ethiopia Peace Deal Have on Both Eritrea and the Region as a Whole?
This piece is one of three articles focusing on interactions between Chinese government and Uyghur community in Xinjiang. The articles aim to look into the…View More Do we know enough about China’s repression over Uyghur?
Here’s a thought; There is almost an undoubtedle chancethat something you have used today is madefrom the hands of modern-day slaves. Commonly used materials such…View More Who Picked Your Cotton?
Iraq has seen the appointment of both a new President and Prime Minister-designate over the last few days amid hopes that new leadership will bring…View More A promising new start for governance in Iraq?
These days, it is a rare sight when an entire nation is glued to the television screen captured by what is considered historic and momentous.…View More A Divided Nation: The Fall-out of the Brett Kavanaugh Appointment to the US Supreme Court
Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister, announced recently that she would back a second referendum on whether Britain should leave the EU. Facebook and Google are…View More A Brave New Interconnected World
An ex-KGB agent and a rural teenage exile who lived in a cave. What do they have in common? They are both the leaders of…View More Why strong men make for strong countries
According to science, octopuses (it’s not octopi) respond to MDMA, or ecstasy as it is commonly known, in a similar manner to humans. Neuroscientists at…View More Octopuses, Ecstasy, and the Evolution of Intelligence