Will Nixon explores the disagreements and controversies surrounding this year’s Eurovision competition.
After the death of veteran journalist, Giorgos Karaviaz, Josh Bate contemplates the nature and safety of investigative journalism. Should journalists be offered more protection, considering the dangers they face in exposing the truth?
Oran O’Neill attempts to answer the question of our times: “What is the future of Ireland post-Brexit?” and touches on the Northern Ireland riots, the creation of an “Irish Sea Border” and several other points of tension.
“Is the microphone on? Is it really on? Is my English ok? Because I’m beginning to wonder.”
Marcus Rashford fighting the government once more, this time it’s food parcels.
Alexei Navalny returned to Russia after being poisoned with nerve agent. He is now facing trial. Ana Hill Lopez Menchero investigates his homecoming and the precarious position of those who oppose to the Russian state.
On the 14th January, approximately 57% of eligible voters in Uganda casted their votes in the elections of the next President and Parliament. Although Uganda’s electoral commission already announced the victory of Yoweri Musveni, who […]
Giulio Bajona shares four iconic characters and moments from this ‘unprecedented’ year, in a cultural countdown of 2020
Alice Spall investigates whether Biden will be able to curate the most progressive presidency in history.
Take a look back at how the arts world has treated President Trump over the years and what new material he has given them to work with.
Ioana Grădinaru contemplates the potential global trend of legalizing euthanasia as New Zealand supports its own End of Life Choice Act.
The main thing is; it’s funny and it confirms that contemporary American society is absurd. The plot doesn’t really matter. The hammed attempts of tear-jerking moments don’t really matter. What matters is that Borat has […]