The centre-right People’s Action Party (PAP) of Singapore have retained their hold over the city state’s governance, claiming 83 of the 93 parliamentary seats. Continue reading ‘A mandate, but not a blank cheque’: Singapore’s PAP shown to be mortal
Glenn Greenwald has denounced Jair Bolsonaro’s pandemic response as “deliberate” sacrifice of more than 50,000 lives to save a dwindling economy. Continue reading Glenn Greenwald: Brazil’s Covid-19 response ‘not inept but deliberate’
Former UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has slammed inequality of access to healthcare in the world’s worst-hit countries by the Covid-19 pandemic – at a time when the world’s total confirmed cases has crept over 10 million. Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn laments worldwide healthcare inequality amid coronavirus pandemic
The Winston Churchill statue debate has reopened wider discussions on the morality of British Imperialism. Continue reading The British Empire cannot be disentangled from Scientific Racism
The fight of marginalised communities is always met with resistance, and this can be felt most strongly at times of global hardship. Continue reading Pride Month: An uphill fight towards LGBTQIA+ equality in Asia?
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The concept of science driven policy has been corrupted by the post-truth society we live in. Continue reading From tobacco to coronavirus – the grim history of science denial and conspiracy theory
Joe Biden’s policy positions on Latin America have been cast into the spotlight. Continue reading In the spotlight: Joe Biden’s dubious Latin American foreign policy
As businesses and people prepare for an easing of the lockdown, it becomes more important than ever that we have the right tools to prevent transmission from rising as a result. Continue reading Public support vital to contact tracing apps: Can NHSx provide this?
While climate activists are forced to remain home, the Canadian oil industry is unimpeded – and the coronavirus pandemic is only helping them.
Continue reading Coronavirus may be reducing emissions – but it’s also stifling climate activism