France’s battle on the far-right to face Emmanuel Macron in next year’s Presidential election has seen two distinct strains of discriminatory politics emerge. Continue reading Le Pen and Zemmour are equally dangerous for France’s minorities
This month marked a turning point for Lebanon and the Beirut port explosion investigation. Continue reading Violence, intimidation, and hope: Judge Bitar and Beirut’s port explosion
COP26 was meant to be a large step towards saving the planet – but just a week out from the start of the heralded Glasgow conference, it looks to be a damp squib. Continue reading Capitalism and COP26 can’t mix
After considerable thought and discussion among our editorial team, we have decided to retire our newsletter Redaction Weekly. Continue reading Redaction Weekly is ending. But what’s coming next is even better.
Tony Blair and Gordon Brown’s relationship is one of the most fascinating alliances- and rivalries – to ever make it into politics. Continue reading The Deal review: How Blair and Brown’s political rivalry ended New Labour
If Labour wants to be a party supporting democratic socialism, it should prove its commitment to both words of the label. Continue reading Labour needs to embrace electoral reform – but must handle it with care
His populist appeal, limited as it is, appears to have broken through to a significant proportion of the French electorate. Continue reading Zemmour’s rise signals France’s thirst for anti-establishment candidates
Manchester was teeming with young Thatcherites and Brexiteers. The Red Wall is truly broken. Continue reading Is the Conservative conference in Manchester an emblem of levelling up?
Canada is often perceived as a utopian nation – especially compared to its southern neighbour. But the nation still has issues that persist from its colonial past and epic failures in its decolonisation process. Continue reading Justice remains elusive for Indigenous Canadians
Lebanon is a nation in crisis. Continue reading The crisis in Lebanon explained