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Boris & The Burka: Free Speech or Dangerous Attack?

Monday 6th August 2018. The Telegraph publishes an article by the former foreign secretary opposing a ban on niqabs and burkas in the UK....

Zimbabwe’s Presidential Election

Even by post-colonial standards, Zimbabwe is a young country. Prior to 1980, the region was known as Southern Rhodesia after the British colonist Cecil...

Abiy Ahmed: Ethiopia’s Man of the Hour?

In April, Abiy Ahmed was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Ethiopia after the forced resignation of his predecessor Hailemariam Desalegn. When...

Erdogan Elected Turkey’s First President

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is no longer just President of Turkey, but its Executive head of state. In becoming so, he has consummated the results...

New Zealand’s Healthcare System: Too Much, Too Soon?

According to the Global Prosperity Index survey conducted by the Legatum Institute, New Zealand is the second-best governed country in the world, just behind...

Roseanne: Top-Down Racism

The Rebooted sitcom Roseanne was recently cancelled by ABC after its title-star, Roseanne Barr, launched a racist and Islamophobic attack against Valerie Jarrett, Former advisor...

The United States Has Withdrawn from the Iran Deal: What Next?

When Donald Trump tweeted in early 2016, “the Iran deal is terrible”, few took him seriously. A little over two years on, Twitter is...

Emmanuel Macron: A Centrist Myth?

Last April, France elected their youngest leader since Napoleon, Emmanuel Macron. A year on, the President of the Republic’s popularity is waning as his...

Uncomfortable Truths: Anti-Semitism in the Labour Party

That Jeremy Corbyn is an anti-Semite seems unlikely. That Jeremy Corbyn has anti-Semitic friends seems closer to the truth. He has been a long-time...

Gun Control: Where America has gone wrong

On Wednesday 14th February, we again witnessed the American government’s inability to prioritise the value of life. In Parkland, Florida, 17 lives were lost at...