Lewis Virgo writes on Keir Starmer’s victory and what the Labour party must learn from the 2019 General Election to improve in 2024.
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How the ‘Washington Consensus’ allowed the global core to exploit the global periphery though unfair exchange from a World Systems Theory lens.
Josh Trood writes on the pitfalls of the Washington Consensus and the systematic explotation of countries in the global periphery
Why Trump isn’t talking Turkey: His Largest Foreign Policy Blunder
Ilija Dokmanovic highlights Trump’s recent foreign policy blunder, and US relations within the Middle East
The Politics Behind the Coronavirus
Josh Trood writes on the potential political implications of the spread of the Coronavirus on elections and the economy
UCU Strikes, we have been here before- but what next?
Sarah Tennent writes on the recent round of UCU strikes, Paul Layzell’s complacency, and what the future holds
Non-EU states held to double standards, despite internal deficiencies
Milo Dack writes regarding the double tax standards to which the EU holds Non-EU states, despite Ireland being a tax haven for Google, Facebook and many more international firms
The decision on HS2, and the future implications for British infrastructure projects
Andrew Harris writes on the HS2 and its development under Boris Johnson
You can’t consent to being killed: A call for the end of the consensual violence defence
Georgie Day writes an important piece about the call for the end of the ‘consensual violence’ defence as another woman, Grace Millane, looses her life, and her murderer has a ‘valid’ defence
Pete Buttigieg: A radical Democratic candidate?
Josh Trood explores Pete Buttigieg as a possible radical candidate for the Democrats
POSTHUMOUS PARDONS: AN ENIGMA
Rhys Jones writes on the third anniversary of The Alan Turing Law, and how justice is still waiting for many gay men wrongfully convicted.