Barbados’ republican surge reflects a nation that is tired of being under the thumb of the Empire a half-century after it declared independence. Continue reading Barbados bids farewell to Her Majesty with Black Lives Matter driving struggle to leave colonial past behind
Meryam Haddad is fighting to rejoin the Green Party of Canada leadership race after being kicked out by party officials for unknown reasons yesterday. Continue reading Green Party leadership contender Haddad faces appeal to rejoin party following expulsion
Jeremy Corbyn has expressed fear that US and UK foreign policy could lead to military escalation across Asia. Continue reading Corbyn: ‘I am terrified’ of military escalation in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions
Speaking to Redaction Politics, The Secret Barrister outlined their reasons for writing ‘Fake Law’. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: The Secret Barrister talks about their new book and ‘dangerous times for the rule of law’
In our most recent podcast, our team took a look at the key battleground swing states for November’s election and considered the possibility of Texas and Georgia going blue. Continue reading Election 2020: Does Biden stand a chance in Texas and Georgia?
Peace deals struck between Israel and the Gulf nations could decimate Iran’s economy, a researcher has told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Israel-Gulf peace deal an attempt to ‘suffocate’ Iran and smash its economy
In the 2019 General Election, 220 women MPs were elected to Parliament, the highest number ever. Continue reading Parliament won’t achieve gender parity until 2060 – unless action is taken now
One battle of the endless culture war finally came to an end in Britain earlier this month, but it looks like another chapter is ready to ignite. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: ‘God Save the Queen?’ – Perhaps not in Barbados
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?