Businessman and President-elect Luis Abinader will implement more of the same in the Dominican Republic despite ousting the ruling party in a stunning victory, an expert has told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Pro-business Abinader will struggle to deliver change in Dominican Republic
The Redaction Politics podcast is back with another in depth discussion of some of the biggest topics in current affairs. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 7: Do Sunak’s economic recovery plans go far enough? And what actually is ‘cancelling’?
They say the best art is often created in the direst of circumstances. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Rising from the ashes
Power changed hands in the Dominican Republic for the first time since 2004 due to the pandemic and the incumbent’s curse, an expert has told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Coronavirus ends Liberation Party’s grip on the Dominican Republic
When Evo Morales was ousted by a military coup last November, many neoliberal figures heralded the end of socialism in Latin America. Continue reading Morales’ MAS surge ahead of rival parties months after the Bolivian coup
Black Lives Matter demonstrations may have slowed down, but the conversation around Britain’s colonial history is still raging. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Decolonisation is not complete
Emmanuel Macron’s centrist party may have been swept by a Green wave in the municipal elections, but his 2022 bid for re-election is in no danger, an expert has told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Don’t count on Macron’s collapse – or on the rise of French nationalism
If you go the Acropolis Museum in Athens, you can’t help but be struck with a sense of melancholy. Continue reading Britain is beginning to face up to its past. So let’s take the opportunity to return the Elgin Marbles.
Keir Starmer’s sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey came just days before the 13th anniversary of Tony Blair’s departure from office. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Keir Starmer is invoking Blairism – in more ways than one
Tomorrow will see the second election turns for most big French cities and towns,
following a three month suspension after the first turn on March 15. Continue reading Emmanuel Macron will be electorally exposed by Parisian divide – and En Marche’s internal civil war