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Everyday Ideology: sweet decay – East Asia’s culture of ecological disaster

'Make our skies blue again' is becoming a worn-out catchphrase of the Chinese government. The same promise was made by the Chinese premier Li...

Deal or no deal – A look at Brexit

The stock market is an integral part of our infrastructure as a society which, thanks to The Wolf of Wall Street, most of us...

South Korea: The middleman between Trump and Jong-un

After heavily mediated discourse of rising US-North Korean tensions and the menace of nuclear testing in the past months, echoes of potential war have...

Birth of two nations: India and Pakistan

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, over 6.5 million people had been displaced in Syria by 2014. Experts believe there are...

‘Yo También’ and the feminist revolution – Insights into LatinX’s Machismo Culture

“The first time I was touched without consent was at the age of 13,” remembers feminist activist, Amarna Miller. “I remember because I was...

The Reformation Game- 500 years later

Five hundred years ago, on 31 October, Martin Luther nailed a list of ninety-five theses onto the door of a church in Wittenberg, sparking...

Rhetoric: Terrorism

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never break me”; we’ve all heard the familiar nursery rhyme designed to cheer up...

Monopolies in the Internet Age

The monopoly is as old as capitalism itself. It is logical that a system built on the premise of private profit makes having complete...

Humans- the cause of major ecosystem collapse

“Warning of 'ecological Armageddon' after dramatic plunge in insect numbers” – Guardian headline. At first glance this headline doesn't appear to be the true. Insects...

Sexual Harassment in Parliament: How should the Government be dealing with it?

On 1st November, it was announced that Michael Fallon had resigned from his post as Defence Secretary of State, admitting his behaviour had fallen...