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.
Lewis Virgo writes on Keir Starmer’s victory and what the Labour party must learn from the 2019 General Election to improve in 2024.
Josh Trood writes on the pitfalls of the Washington Consensus and the systematic explotation of countries in the global periphery
Josh Trood writes on the potential political implications of the spread of the Coronavirus on elections and the economy
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
By Francis Forsey In a society where mass consumption fuels day-to-day life, it is easy to become disassociated from the products we buy. UK consumer spending in the 3rd Quarter of 2018 peaked at £336,079 million, a record high since monitoring data began in 1955 (Trading Economics). Capitalism, championed by Western states such as theContinue reading “Has overconsumption dissociated us from the products we buy? An exploration of Degrowth”
By Francis Forsey Known by few in common society, Djibouti is a country to watch. With a population of 942,333 (2016), and a land area of 23,200 km2, Djibouti is one the smallest countries in the international community. To compare Djibouti to the hegemonic states around the world, such the United States, Russia or China,Continue reading “Many say Djibouti could soon become the next Dubai or Singapore, so what is holding it back?”
By Suhail Mayor Throughout time, literature has been replete with a wide variety of differing accounts on the concept of money. Through these theoretical versions of discourse most of them follow a common thread; they are intensely political in nature. Money has always been and will be a talking point in relation to its controlContinue reading “Bitcoin: The Politics of a Stateless Currency”