American voters not only bid adieu to Donald Trump from the Oval Office, but, above all, from the desk of commander-in-chief. Continue reading Looking back on Donald: Five unprecedented measures Trump took in office
Joe Biden, like the neoliberalism he represents, is a malignant and increasingly spent force. Continue reading Trump’s defeat should be celebrated. But Biden’s victory is less of a cause for joy.
Kanye West’s decision to run for President was, at best, ill-advised, and at worst, destructive. The hip-hop artist could end up swinging the election for Donald Trump. Continue reading Electoral College: Could Kanye West steal Biden voters in crucial swing states?
Marcus Rashford’s campaign to extend free school meals can inspire long-term change in Britain – but it must be about more than school dinners. Continue reading Marcus Rashford’s campaign can bring long-term change in Britain
Amy Coney Barrett, perhaps the most controversial Supreme Court nominee America has seen in years, has divided the nation – and not just in terms of opinion and policy, but on feminism. Continue reading Criticise Amy Coney Barrett – but only for her politics
Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic Brazil has suffered almost 5 million cases and 147,000 deaths, the second highest number after the USA. Continue reading Brazil: Covid-19 deaths are soaring, but so are Bolsonaro’s approval ratings. Why?
The promise of 30 per cent Protected Areas is about as meaningful as the promise of 40 new NHS hospitals. Continue reading Boris Johnson’s 30 per cent by 30 pledge is a meaningless virtue signal
EU policy is resulting in migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean being returned to northern Libya. Continue reading Europe’s policy towards Libya only compounds human suffering
It was less than seven days ago when the New York Times broke the story that President Trump paid $750 in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency. In his first year in the White House, he paid another $750. Continue reading A long week in politics – Trump, coronavirus and an unprecedented election cycle
West Asia has become a stage for the bipolarity of geopolitics. Continue reading ‘Peace with Israel’: A strategy for American hegemony