Television shows based around politics have become a staple of American television – from dramas such as The West Wing, House of Cards, and Madame…View More Would the West Wing be popular today?
Imagine Fife is inexplicably hit by a massive freak snowstorm. Teaching is suspended for the next week and you and a friend decide to escape…View More The Invention of Borders
Brazil’s current president, Jair Bolsonaro, a former army captain who served as a backbench, ‘low clergy’ congressman for almost three decades, was the surprise victor…View More Political Dynasties: An Endless Game of Thrones
Following the collapse of the Barre military dictatorship, Somalia has descended into chaos and has not substantially risen in any given sense. In the face…View More An Argument for International Recognition of Somaliland
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?
In a new age of ‘fake news’, ‘alternative facts’ and ‘post truth’ politics it is hard to trust if the news you are receiving is…View More Misinformation and Fake News – What Direction Will Media Take?
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Since he assumed the role of Crown Prince in June of 2017, Mohammed Bin Salman (MbS) has been widely seen as the power behind the…View More Mohammed Bin Salman – Reformer In Name Only?
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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
By the end of the twentieth century, the progress of democracy seemed almost inevitable. Waves of democratic expansion had taken place after World War II,…View More Democracy under Threat? : Bolivia as a Latin American Case Study
Are we falling into the trap that Humpty Dumpty did in Lewis Carroll’s Alice Through the Looking Glass, when he said to Alice, ‘When I…View More Humpty Dumpty and the Zionist Cause