The world was stunned on January 6, 2021, when a crowd of Trump supporters forced their way into and stormed the capitol building. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Land of the Free? Home of the Rage
The US secretary of state has lifted restrictions on diplomacy with Taiwan in a move that may further enrage China over American foreign policy with the island. Continue reading US Secretary of State provokes China by lifting diplomatic restrictions with Taiwan
Friedrich Merz’s likely victory in the CDU leadership race may lead to the polarisation of the party itself, an expert told Redaction Politics. Continue reading CDU Leadership Election: Why Friedrich Merz’s victory would polarise the party
Italy has once again been thrust into turmoil, as the ruling coalition loses its majority in the nations parliament. Continue reading Italy’s Political Crisis: Why Italians might be forced to the polls again after Renzi’s shock move
In a survey conducted by Hong Kongers in Britain, more than eighty per cent of the respondents held concerns that the visa scheme would be used by informants and agents of the Chinese government. Continue reading Hong Kong migration plan would benefit UK – but only if handled carefully
Narendra Modi’s unwillingness to concede to Indian farmers could mean he faces a battering in this year’s local elections, an expert has said. Continue reading Indian Farmers’ Protests have shaken up Modi, but the BJP won’t relent
The idea that the Conservative Party has run out of ideas and looks to the Labour party for them is not new. Continue reading Which Jeremy Corbyn policies might the Tories adopt next?
The European Union – that bastion of neoliberalism – have pledged support for Mr Guaido ever since he challenged Nicolas Maduro’s rule.
But on Wednesday, a day after Maduro’s new parliament convened, the bloc announced they could no longer recognise the former opposition leader as Venezuela’s legitimate head of state. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: The fall of Guaido
Brexit could have meant so much more for the British left – but even with Boris Johnson’s deal, there is opportunity in leaving the EU. Continue reading Any struggle to rejoin the EU is futile – Britain must seek a socialist path outside of the neoliberal bloc