Shagnick Bhattacharya discusses the extent and significance of recent protests in Iran after the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody, considering the future of the Islamic regime in the face of mass resistance led by women.
The Attempted Coup of Capitol Hill: a mark on American history.
Lauren Haughey comments on the recent attempted coup of Capitol Hill as a reminder of racial disparities and weak democracy
Justice Ginsburg: the last of a just America
An unpopular president being able to wield such substantial long-term power over the court has concerned many, especially as the result will doubtless involve the most conservative SCOTUS in 70 years. This could push the success of abortion-rights and anti-gun law lobbyists back years. This will all be a certainty if Trump is re-elected. McKechnie evaluates the recent uproar over when the next Supreme Court appointment should take place – whether in this presidency or the next.
Hello Hello: An Interview with Fickle Friends
For Fickle Friends, the alternative pop band with an 80s edge, 2017 has been a packed year, from touring with The Kooks to performing at major festivals, to recording their debut studio album. Their imaginative, happy-go-lucky, synth pop sound has enraptured fans worldwide and ahead of starting their UK tour in October, the lead singer […]
Bias and the law: an interview with Lord Neuberger
“Good lawyers know the law; great lawyers know the judge.” It’s a famous – albeit anonymous – quote, yet one which encompasses all the cynicism which has surrounded (and somewhat defined) the legal profession over the past decades. Accused of being bureaucratic, money-oriented and elitist, for many, it would be easy to assume that the […]