Labour’s decision to abstain on the Overseas Operation Bill on Wednesday was strange enough. Continue reading Bizarre abstention – Is Starmer regressing to New Labour foreign policy ethics already?
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
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
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
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
“Another historic breakthrough today! Our two GREAT friends Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain agree to a Peace Deal,” Donald Trump gloated. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Another day, another peace deal for Mr Trump?
The Polish liberal-centrist opposition’s future prospects depend critically upon how Warsaw’s mayor builds on the political capital derived from his strong presidential election challenge. Continue reading What are the prospects for the Polish opposition?
Healthcare in the US is unanimously regarded as a fundamental human right. Yet, we’ve not been able to guarantee healthcare to everyone. Continue reading Coronavirus has exposed the shortfalls of the US healthcare system
Donald Trump hailed a “major breakthrough” as he brokered a peace deal between Balkan arch-rivals Kosovo and Serbia – but how should we view the President’s move? Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Trump the ‘pacifist’
Iran and Venezuela aren’t the most natural of allies on a superficial level. Continue reading Venezuela and Iran enter alliance of convenience – but they would be ‘foolish’ to purchase Tehran’s missiles