Tag Archives: politics

The voice of a nation

In the context of an escalation of the situation between North Korea and the United States, one may be wondering who are    ... more

Red, white and blue on the horizon

General elections are under way in the Netherlands for the selection of all 150 members of the House of Representatives, which is    ... more

250.000 lights for justice

For eight consecutive days, Romanians have taken to the streets in response to the newly appointed Government’s plan to relax the    ... more

Unity in diversity

Staying true to his campaign promises, on January 27th, 2017, president Donald Trump issued an executive order marking numerous changes in American    ... more

The wizard of words

In last week’s farewell speech in Chicago, president Obama spoke about his achievements over the past 8 years as president of the    ... more

United progress

The political and social movements experienced by the UK in 2016 seemed to have motivated barrister Flora Page of South Islington    ... more

Turning the other cheek

The East London Mosque, located on Whitechapel Road, may have been a religious ground which has faced adversity since its first    ... more

#GenerationChange

On Sunday, December 11th, Romanians from all over the world had the chance to vote in the country’s parliamentary election and select    ... more

Following Fidel

On Friday, 25th of November, President Raúl Castro of Cuba announced his elder brother and predecessor to the title, Fidel Castro,    ... more

En marche

On November 16th, 2016, Emmanuel Macron, France’s former Economy Minister, debuted his campaign for the country’s 2017 presidential election, calling for a    ... more

Thawing through the law

Last week, the landmark case regarding the cryonic freezing of a terminal 14 year-old was settled by the Honorable Mr. Justice    ... more

A climate for change

Following the election of Donald Trump last week, many treaties and policies may have been suggested for reform and adjustment, some    ... more

A country’s new journey

Following the historic US election which took place on November 8th, 2016, with high numbers of US citizens turning up to vote,    ... more

Parliamentary sovereignty

On November 3rd, 2016, the High Court in London ruled in the matter of R (Miller) vs Secretary of State for    ... more

Political evolution

In the weeks since the release of the now infamous recording of Donald Trump in conversation with Billy Bush regarding women    ... more

Negotiating peace

The Geneva peace talks set to take place in bid to achieve political resolution in Syria, may have arisen at a    ... more

Responding as a nation

Britain plans to welcome 3,000 children from refugee resettlements, the international development committee shared, in a report which calls more to    ... more

The festival of equality and discovery

Belgium's tidy farmland resembles that of middle England, with a few more colourful windmills scattered across. Its ordered hedgerows are matched    ... more

21st Century politics

The UK government is responsible for the running of the country; providing laws, rules and regulations affecting each individual residing in    ... more

Globalisation promotes a world in action

In cause of the recent situation in Gaza, global governments are working together and independently to give advice and support to    ... more

Parliamentary debate revitalises feminism

When looking back at British history and the achievements of feminism and gender equality, some may say a focus on gender    ... more

Politics of humanity

The UK may soon participate in UNHCR’s global resettlement program and provide homes for thousands of Syrian refugees. David Cameron announced    ... more

A divisive legacy lives on

The first and only female British Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, passed away at the Ritz Hotel in London, after having    ... more