Labour seem too focused on trying to banish the spectre of the leader’s predecessor to see the wood for the trees. Continue reading Labour’s meekness on Palestine forebodes a timid foreign policy
The spectre of Boris Johnson in the background is a lot of pressure, frustration and competition for Rishi Sunak to deal with.
But perhaps it’s Sir Keir Starmer who should be more worried. Continue reading Boris Johnson’s political comeback could prove disastrous for Keir Starmer
Qatar orchestrated one of the largest Sportswashing projects in history last November. Continue reading Qatar World Cup Legacy: Sportswashing Nations Strike While The Iron Is Hot
Vox populi, vox dei. Trump. Tate. Peterson. Freedom of speech has returned to Twitter, and long may it continue. With it, the pendulum of politics swings once more. Continue reading Dangerously Free Speech: How Musk’s Twitter Revolution Will Transform Politics
Joe Biden got lucky in 2020. With Trump announcing his comeback, #46 should step back and allow younger Democrats to take the rein. Continue reading Why Biden should not run again in 2024
Gianni Infantino’s pre-World Cup speech was bizarre, and showed why politics and football are inherently intertwined. Continue reading Qatar World Cup 2022: Football can’t give politics the red card
The right to protest is a human right – and disruption is the point, not a by-product, of demonstration. Continue reading The right to protest is paramount, no matter the method
The Democrats must give people something to vote for. They did not thrive during this set of elections, but merely survived. Continue reading Red wave failure doesn’t let Biden off the hook – especially with Trump looming
What role will Meloni play? Continue reading What role will Giorgia Meloni play in Italian politics?
Though strong on foreign policy, there were always some glaring issues with her so-called progressivism. Continue reading From anti-imperialist Bernie backer to Fox News star: Tulsi Gabbard’s heel turn