With COP26 underway, debut writer Toby Chapman explores the recent developments in climate change policy. How far will states go to maximise the safety of others?
On 25 February President Joe Biden authorised an airstrike on sites in Syria used by Iranian-backed militia. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, this airstrike resulted in the death of 22 members of […]
On the 4th of February, President Biden delivered his first speech detailing the foreign policy agenda of his administration. The speech marked the end of Trump’s “America First” approach to diplomacy, characterised by four years […]
President Donald Trump on the 13th of February was found to be not guilty and acquitted from his second impeachment trial, on the matter of whether he had incited the Capitol riot or not. If […]
Alice Spall analyses the attempted coup in the US. Should it really come as such a surprise?
Despite having only been in office for a few days, Biden has already taken great pains to differentiate his administration from his predecessor’s. The new President signed 17 executive orders throughout his first day in […]
Biden won a coalition of support spanning from Democratic Socialists like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, all the way through to the wife of John McCain, the Republican who ran against Barrack Obama in 2008.
Rose Molyneux analyses Buttigieg’s political journey. What did he stand for, and ultimately, why did he stand down?