The US Supreme Court decided last Thursday to allow a Texas law which effectively bans abortions after 6 weeks to remain in place. Continue reading Anti-abortion law: What it means for the women of Texas
Redaction Report spoke to Mays about how his party came to be and what he thinks is going wrong for Labour under Starmer. Continue reading WATCH: Breakthrough Party founder Alex Mays discusses Labour and the future of socialism in the UK
Any political junkie thrives on the drama of an election cycle – and this September is offering a few highly significant polls. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: September of elections beckons
Having lost his commanding majority in the 2019 federal election, the Liberal Prime Minister framed the September 20 polling day as a chance for Canadians to decide who will lead them at a critical moment in the pandemic. Continue reading Canada’s snap election could spell the end for Justin Trudeau
Extinction Rebellion’s inception in 2018 shook up the Climate Change activist scene – before quickly estranging many sympathisers. Continue reading Extinction Rebellion must grow up and stop alienating potential allies
With the Taliban in full control of Afghanistan, the help global communities can offer is in question. Continue reading Afghanistan crisis strips humanitarian efforts back to basics
Before the Taliban returned to power, their representatives met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in July 2021 – and it is possible that China may recognise the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Taliban regime) as the nation’s government. Continue reading What will relations between China and Afghanistan look like with the Taliban in power?
The Conservative Party has led the government of the United Kingdom for more than 10 years now – yet polling still shows their position is strong. Continue reading Why are the Tories still so strong in the polls? | Redaction News Roundup
There have been musings that Iran is willing to strike a deal with the Taliban in order to protect the group – but Dr Adib-Moghaddam said it may just be a minor part of their interests in the nation. Continue reading Iran may have welcomed Washington’s defeat in Afghanistan – but it still loathes the Taliban
Most people are aware of the Taliban on some level, but not all Jihadi movements are the same, and there is a lot of internal confrontation and distinction between the theological roots of different groups. Continue reading Where did the Taliban come from and what is their appeal?