By alienating his foreign allies and pushing his nationalist rhetoric to the extreme, Trump risks undermining the revolution he started in 2016
Either become a party-of-the-people à la Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour or drift into irrelevance
The Catalonian Crisis may seem like a headache for the Spanish government, but it actually bolster’s the Spanish Prime Minister’s authority, argues Jake Dunn
Protesters have declared it “Zimbabwe’s second independence” as the brutal dictator is forced to resign
Catalonia’s referendum doesn’t bode well for either sides of the independence movement
Gemany is divided, and those divisions won’t heal unless the German political establishment engages with the concerns of AfD voters, argues Jake Dunn
Lawrence Rosenberg, Associate Director of the Pinsker Centre and the former President of Manchester University JSoc, argues that people shouldn’t protest the celebration of an attempt to end Jewish persecution
The Chancellor of the Exchequer condemns the EU “the enemy” as Manchester benefits from its kindness
Two men and a lot of weapons of mass destruction.
Where does state-led aggression fit into a liberal democracy?
Catalonia holds a referendum to vote on becoming an independent republic. Labelled as ‘illegal’ by the EU and denied by the Spanish Government entirely, the Catalonians are seen as rebellious teenagers of Spain
In the face of racist prejudice from the American public, players and fans of all backgrounds must stand firm in their fight for justice, argues George Flesher