Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the opera-loving judicial firebrand diva who became a legal, cultural and feminist icon well into her 80s, died on Friday. Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg – what will her death mean for 2020 and the Supreme Court?
Opposition MPs have decried the UK governments arms sales record after data revealed that Britain licensed billions worth of military equipment to authoritarian regimes. Continue reading Shadow ministers slam UK government’s ‘unacceptable’ arms sales to repressive regimes
The UN’s “30 by 30” goal for wilderness conservation is liable to cause harm to the rainforests and displace local populations, an expert has claimed. Continue reading UN’s protected wilderness goal may harm rainforests, says expert
Around the world governments are failing to protect disabled people according to leading charities and international organisations, with Covid-19 ‘deepening’ global inequality. Continue reading Many disabled people ‘feel overlooked’ as the world adapts to Covid-19
Hillary Clinton chose a message of “when they go low, you go high” in the 2016 election, but should Biden try a different tactic? Continue reading Election 2020: Should Biden attack Trump on policy or personality?
After spending her career in places like Brussels and Barcelona, Annamie Paul has her sights set on a new role in Ottawa. Continue reading Annamie Paul: All Canadians ‘should have access to a certain quality of life’
The UK has been treated to a return to the pre-pandemic normality of yesteryear – Brexit is back. Continue reading Boris Johnson’s plan for Brexit plays to rest of the world like a chaotic rendition of Rule Britannia
Medical tourism is now a flourishing industry in several developing economies. Continue reading America’s medical tourism boom is a symptom of neoliberalism failing healthcare model
This week, the Redaction Politics podcast team look into why experts were targeted by politicians, what it means to identify as an expert, and how experts can regain the trust of the electorate. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 16 – Why do people mistrust the experts?
“We thought in the beginning maybe the crackdown will last about several months or a year or two years. But now we know this is not going to end.” Continue reading Horror stories from inside China’s police state in Xinjiang