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
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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?
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
Security. A word that fundamentally constructs visions of the world and is performative in how individuals interact within that world. However, security as an entity…View More Convenience over Security? A re-definition of security in a virtual world
Despite technology improving living standards, accelerating economic growth, and increasing productivity, angst about the corroding effect of automation on society has influenced people since the…View More ‘Jobs Apocalypse’? A Critical Evaluation of the Narrative on Automation
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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
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