global politics Articles
“If we don’t laugh, we’ll cry”: São Paulo UoM student on poverty, democracy and life in Brazil
Maju Muchon, a first-year psychology student at UoM, tells the Mancunion about the crises of poverty and democracy in Brazil, as well as how Brazilian students in Manchester are struggling with the cost of living.
#Stop Hazara Genocide: Afghanistan’s deadly oppression of the Hazara
Protests have taken off around the world following the latest Afghan bombing against the Hazara. But who are the Hazara, and what’s at stake in Afghanistan?
US sanctions on Russia mark the return of the US as global guardian
After the US imposed sanctions on Russia for the poisoning of its opposition leader, what should we expect from the Biden Administration’s approach to foreign policy?