Former President Donald Trump faced a historic trial in the Senate this month, following an insurrection at the United States Capitol, which left five people dead. He is the first president to be impeached twice […]
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 […]
After a long and unique presidential race, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America. In his speech, he called for unity and an end to […]
Alice Spall investigates whether Biden will be able to curate the most progressive presidency in history.
Iona Tompkins discusses why the removal of Confederate imagery from the Mississippi flag could be more than just symbolic.
In 2019 India’s Bharatiya Janata Party won a landslide victory. The results of this democratic national election demonstrated overwhelming support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term and his Hindu nationalist agenda. Emboldened, Modi has […]
Harry Tong reflects on the response from the sporting world in regards to the shooting of Jacob Blake.
Protests have been sweeping across America in defiance of lockdown restrictions put in place due to the outbreak of COVID-19. They have ranged in size, but in states such as Colorado, thousands of people have […]
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the status-quo of policy-making around the world. Certain countries, including the UK, are witnessing a monumental paradigm shift in which heavy state intervention has become the new norm. It […]
On the 4th April 2017, President Trump awoke to scenes of Syrian civilians gasping for their final breaths as sarin gas filled their lungs. Scores of innocent lives were inhumanely taken away by President al-Assad […]
The US has withdrawn from the conflict in Syria, as promised by President Trump in 2016. However, the consequences of this decision are just beginning to shine through. What is left for the region after […]
Working and travelling the US for three months was a dream come true. I truly felt like I was living my best-American-movie-life. But, not everything was as straight forward as it seemed. I’m here to share all the things I wish I’d known before heading across the pond.