Home Secretary Priti Patel has downplayed the threat to the country’s national security, urging the public to be “alert but not alarmed”, but Grace Rollison argues that the move should not be seen as merely a precautionary measure.
The UK is lucky that it didn’t lose out by not participating in the EU’s vaccine procurement scheme, writes Alexander Hoffman.
The Israel-UAE Peace Agreement is not only the result of a sudden recognition of the similarities between the two nations but also a realisation of the mutual threat of Iran, writes George Wright.
Sarah Tennent writes from the position of a white person about the murder of George Floyd and systemic racism. This article contains petitions, places to donate and book recommendations for white people to educate themselves.
Jake Short writes on Transport for London’s billion pound bailout and the conflict between London’s regional powers, Labour and Conservatives going head to head, potentially repeating history.
Following from two weeks of nominations and voting, students have come together to recognise the lecturer and student who has gone above and beyond for PIR at Royal Holloway! Politics and International Relations Society are pleased to announce the lecturer PIR students recognised who had gone above and beyond their role, enriched student learning andContinue reading “Golden Apple Award Winners”
Courtney Bridges writes on the ‘new kind of journalism’ emerging throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
Joshua Castle writes on the relevance of George Orwell and the importance of language during the current COVID-19 crisis
Zafir Zafirov discusses the importance of Biden securing the vote of the Left in the upcoming election
Lewis Virgo writes on Keir Starmer’s victory and what the Labour party must learn from the 2019 General Election to improve in 2024.