Cubans protested against rising food prices and power outages. But they weren’t seeking regime change and a return to the Washington model, an expert said. Continue reading Why the Cuban government will ‘muddle through’ domestic chaos as protests wane
It was one of the most significant questions presented to the British public of the 21st century. Leave, or Remain? Continue reading Debate: Should the United Kingdom seek to rejoin the European Union?
It’s a well known trope that politicians are frequently bereft of honesty. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Honesty in politics
The argument for the broad spectrum of UK left-wing parties to champion a ‘progressive alliance’ at the next general election. Continue reading Is a Progressive Alliance the only way for the left to win?
Tokyo 2020 is a shell of a Games.
Because it’s not the fans or the public that the Olympic Committee care about – it’s the money, of course. Continue reading Japan launches spectacular debacle of an Olympic Games
Redaction Report will be hosting its inaugural debate later this week on whether the UK should rejoin the European Union. Continue reading Introducing Redaction Report debates
On July 15, 2021, Boris Johnson spoke about his intention to address the perennial North-South divide in England, pledging to address inequalities in opportunity and quality of life across the nation’s regions. Continue reading Northern Independence Party slams lack of substance in Boris Johnson’s levelling up speech
The most famous index of corruption is the Corruption Perception Index, an annual report by Transparency International which measures public sector corruption and gives each country a score out of 100, with 0 being the worst. Continue reading While the western world focuses on corruption in the ‘global south’, corruption in the West goes unnoticed and ignored
Cubans should be allowed to protest. They don’t need any help from the Empire. Continue reading Let Cubans protest without the aid of the White House