The internet has seen a 900% spike in the global use of hashtags encouraging violence against China and the Chinese. Despite this, there is still a strong cultural perception of East Asians in the West as a privileged group. Continue reading British Asians battle ‘privilege’ stigma amid three fold increase in racist abuse
CORONAVIRUS has provided a fairly objective playing field for how effectively every nation can respond to a crisis. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Enter the vaccine
Tanzania election contender Tundu Lissu survived an attempt on his life three years ago, now he is the opposition’s main hope of victory in Wednesday’s crucial vote. Continue reading Tanzania’s Tundu Lissu took 16 bullets, now the election contender has his sights on power
American folk music is best remembered as a staple of 1960s counterculture. Continue reading Red scare in the music scene – ‘The Folk Singers and the Bureau’ by Aaron J. Leonard
Chileans are heading to the polls this Sunday to decide whether or not to ditch their Constitution. Continue reading Chile’s constitutional referendum – breaking the binds of neoliberalism?
Ask anyone to name a journalist or commentator associated with the Corbyn movement. Few would neglect to mention Owen Jones. Continue reading Rise and fall of the Corbyn era – ‘This Land’ by Owen Jones
Join us live on YouTube on Saturday evening at 8pm (UK time) for an evening of US politics discussion. Continue reading Coming soon – Trump vs Biden. Who’s going to win?
On October 16, Samuel Paty, a history teacher outside Paris, was beheaded in front of his secondary school, weeks after he had shown Charlie Hebdo’s Mahomet caricatures to his students during a class on freedom of speech. Continue reading Murdered school teacher revives sacred question of secularism in France
After seven years of government by former military leader Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, faith in the democratic process in Egypt appears almost non-existent. Continue reading Egypt’s journalists continue to live in fear of the regime as parliamentary elections commence
Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party won a landslide victory in New Zealand’s general election earlier this week. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 21 – Jacinda Ardern’s landslide win