Armand Azra looks at the ways history can be appropriated, rewritten and abused by undemocratic and nationalistic campaigns, as he sees happening in Malaysia today
Jay Darcy argues that the recent death of US Missionary John Chau was not a murder but a reasonable act of self-defence by an ancient and protected society
A BDS protest against the unethical investment of the University of Manchester in defence of Palestinian rights was cut short by six police officers
Hollywood and U.S. politics are undoubtedly intertwined. Despite the #MeToo movement, both are still bound by a mistreatment of women.
Sophie Marriott writes: Theresa May’s visit to the UK’s closest partners in Africa displays the paternalism and imperialism still present in global trade
The Trump administration’s decision to pull out of the Iran Nuclear Deal could have violent consequences
Israel’s shift to the right and far-right come with alarming consequences for the Palestinian-Israeli peace process
Exploitative and divisive ideologies around race are a tool of power – just take a look at Southeast Asia
Parkland might seem to have shaken the United States, but the gun debate will go on as insoluble as ever
Hannah Vallance argues that British Museums must de-colonise if they are to create space for indigenous communities in the mainstream historical narrative.
Nimo Omer looks at the dangers of spreading far-right ideals following Saturday’s Pittsburgh shooting
Eleanor McLaughlin speaks of the recent appointing of Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court Justice and the impact of this vote for victims of sexual misconduct.
Leah Marlow explores the case of Brett Kavanaugh and how the defence of his behaviour by other American politicians the misogyny that prevails in American politics under the Trump administration.
Is it too late to remember the sacrifices of Britain’s Colonial soldiers?
Most likely just the beginning– Hungary is another example of European fascism on the rise.
After over a decade of mishandling Scotland, the Scottish National Party is inevitably losing their popular base, and it’s about time
European Affairs society hosts engaging talk inviting students to think about EU’s role with Africa and other former colonised areas’ development and trade on the eve of Brexit