Should we go for a different voting system? Should we devolve more power to the regions? Should we abolish the House of Lords? Continue reading Coming soon – How to give UK democracy a boost
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
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?
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
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?
“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
Last month, South Korea’s spy agency was said to have reported that Kim Yo-jong had been given increased powers in North Korea’s administration by her older brother Kim Jong-un. Continue reading Kim Yo-jong rises through the North Korean ranks – but rumours around her should be approached with scepticism
Redaction Politics is steadily growing – and we extend our warmest thanks to everyone who has supported us so far. Continue reading Introducing the Redaction Politics YouTube channel
In both the USA and the UK, the left has been left reeling from two bruising electoral defeats. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 15 – How the left can broaden its appeal
The future character of inter-Korean relations could hinge on the results of the US and South Korean presidential elections, experts have told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Trump and Biden’s race to the White House leaves future of inter-Korean diplomacy up in the air