Everywhere I look I see orange. Buses full of orange-clad men proudly proclaim their arrival, surrounded by motorcyclists similarly dressed. On the path beside them,…
A national debate has begun after 19 year old ex-ISIS combatant, Shamima Begum, has pleaded with the British Home Office to allow her and her…View More Victims or Terrorists: the Fate of ex-ISIS Combatants
Zoe Spirgel takes us through the recent Twitter War Duchess Meghan Markle has been engaged with and why the palace should not have just deleted the hate speech, but actively worked to combat it.View More Even the Royal Family Gets Trolled
The personal expression and intimate body art of tattoos is partially wrapped up in an array of pre-conceived judgements and narratives mostly paralleled with aesthetical…View More Embodying security: the power of tattoos
The levels of controversy generated by international economic agreements and those respective negotiations have been particularly pervasive in recent times. Headlines in the West are…View More Iraq and Jordan – Controversy in Trade
Less than a month ago a group of seven labour MP’s quit their party in order to form a new Independent Group of MP’s to…View More The Independent Group: A force to be reckoned with?
Within a year of ousting Batista and jumpstarting the Communist Revolution, the small island of Cuba set up the ambitious goalof eliminating illiteracy throughout the…View More Island and Mainland: Cuba, China, and the Use of Education for Social Control
Nena Atkinson talks us through recent Chinese Surveillance with its recent targeted DNA tracking choices coming to light.View More George Orwell’s 1984? Or, Twenty-First Century China?
Assassination of journalists are no recent phenomena. Sacrificed for promoting what is perceived as “the truth” by the general public, the professional life of a…View More It did not happen if it’s not high-profile: A general overview of the phenomenon regarding assassination of journalists.
Sophie Elizabeth Black takes us through the recent ‘Meeting on the Protection of Minors in the Church’ Summit held by the Vatican and discusses whether or not it combined with Pope Francis’ more liberal rhetoric will be enough to help the Catholic Church out of its recent scandal.View More A Church in Crisis: Pope Francis and the Sex Abuse Scandal
The construction of 1,100 miles of railway track has been put on hold under the pretext of anti- corruption policies by second term Prime Minister…View More On a New Track: Malaysian Prime Minister Halts Construction of Chinese Backed Railway Projects
Over the past years, disputes on art repatriation from Western countries to their countries of origin have received much attention. Not only practical issues relating…View More Restitutionary dreams- colonialism, repatriation and display in the art world
At the recent Munich security conference, Angela Merkel once again reiterated her backing for the controversial Nord Stream 2 project. Nord Stream 2 is a…View More Nord Stream 2 – Still the Right Option for EU’s Energy Needs?