Adam Robertson Charlton analyses the social and political turmoil in Sudan, and explores the failures of Western foreign policy in Africa.
The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has returned from his five-day Latin American tour of Peru, Argentina and Chile that was conducted from the 19th to 23rd May. The tour gave Prime Minister Theresa May some much needed breathing space to attempt to affirm her government’s position regarding what form the UK’s exit from the European […]
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 approval ratings continue to fall. Some critics say Macron’s centrist platform is a fallacy and correlate his actions, perceived to be far from centrist, to be the reason why. However, the […]
Twenty Years since he was in office, Tony Blair rears his head from the sand at the call of Brexit to influence the ruckus. A vocal Remainer, Blair has been said to want to be a part of the Brexit negotiations, to shape the debate, telling the Daily Mirror, “I am going to be taking […]
The dominant topic on the minds of many over the week needs little introduction. On the whole, people have shown admirable gestures of peace and support in times of destruction, hatred and violence – but the integrity of these gestures is short lived in some, with some people discrediting the feelings of solidarity by closemindedly […]
Jeremy Corbyn is a force for good in British politics. He holds sincere beliefs. He wears socks under his sandals. He is the headstone of a grassroots political surge that offers an alternative to the mainstream political narrative. Miliband failed to find the public’s erogenous zone (milifandoms aside). Perhaps Comrade Jezza’s frowsy sorority will fare […]
Charlie Evans gives us his verdict on how to beat ISIL. The past seven days have been eventful. America celebrate jubilantly as the precedent set at the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal, Greece has been in a state of anxiety as fears of a ‘Grexit’ from the Euro becomes an increasingly likely prospect and […]