Boris Johnson suggested UEFA should award hosting rights to Ukraine for the Euro 2028 tournament – despite a bid from the UK and Ireland. Continue reading Boris Johnson and Euro 2028: Should Ukraine host the tournament?
With a new, more conservative administration set to take power in Seoul, questions emerge as to what this will mean for relations north of the DMZ. Continue reading What will inter-Korean relations look like under Yoon Suk-yeol?￼
In support of the incredible work done by Save the Children to support Ukrainian refugees, Redaction Report will be airing a limited series on the history of Ukraine over the coming months. Continue reading Introducing: Ukrainian history podcast in support of Save the Children
A Ukrainian cultural group and its supporters met in Manchester city centre last Saturday to demand more support from the west against Russia’s invasion. Continue reading WATCH: Protestors gather in Manchester to show solidarity with Ukraine
Australia is one of the 15 remaining nations to recognise Queen Elizabeth II as head of state. Continue reading The case for an Australian republic
RUSSIA’S invasion of Ukraine has seen war return to Europe and the start of a battle for truth. Continue reading Coming soon – A Redaction Report series on Ukraine’s history
Two years have now passed since the UK left the European Union – and the initial Brexit vote was more than half a decade ago. Continue reading Brexit: Why did it happen?
Uncertainty continues over the Ukraine crisis as thousands of Russian troops remained stationed around the Ukrainian border. Continue reading Reflections on the Ukraine crisis