TikTok has taken the world by storm in recent years, with many politicians now using it as a key platform of communication with voters. Continue reading TikTok: Why is the popular app so controversial?
More than one year has passed now since Russia launched its brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Continue reading Ukraine War: One year on, what comes next?
The latest episode of World Off Diary, the team discussed predictions about the year ahead, including on the US, Ukraine, China, Middle East, and a bit closer to home for us here in the UK. Continue reading Geopolitical predictions for 2023 – what does the new year have in store?
Few major sporting events have drawn as much controversy as the Qatar FIFA World Cup in late 2022. Continue reading Qatar World Cup: how successfully were human rights issues challenged?
The Breakthrough Party is another fresh socialist movement that contested the Chesham and Amersham by-election. Continue reading Who are the Breakthrough Party and what are their aims?
Joe Biden may have won the presidential election resoundingly, but the transition has been far from smooth. Continue reading Coming soon – President Joe Biden and the future of the USA
In part two of our end of year review, the Redaction Politics team look back at some of the key events of the second half of 2020. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 25 (Pt.2) – Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the US election, and the Covid-19 vaccine
Brexit, Covid-19, and the death of George Floyd dominated headlines in the first half of 2020. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast Ep. 25 (Pt.1) – Covid, Brexit and George Floyd
The year 2020 has been dominated by the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading Coming soon – Redaction Politics’ end of year review 2020