International Affairs

International Affairs

How should Europe respond to Russia

In the light of the Salisbury attack on the 4th of March 2018, Russia's relationship with Europe has been brought into question yet again....

Trump’s feasible response to Assad is Missile Strikes

On Saturday 7th April, in the Syrian City of Douma, a key stronghold for rebels with opposition to the regime of Syrian Dictator Bashar...

It’s time to be firm with Russia

At the time of writing, former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, and his daughter Yulia Skripal, remain to be critically ill in hospital after collapsing...

Collectively, we have failed Syria

7 years ago, the civil war in Syria began, and has raged on ever since. 5, 6 and 7 year olds all have never...

Trump’s Tariffs and the New Politics

Recently President Trump signed executive orders imposing a new 25% tariff on imports of steel and aluminium. The move has been met with disapproval...

Trump: Unorthodox Success or Blaring Failure?

It’s undoubtedly been a turbulent term so far for America’s most unorthodox president. We’ve seen huge successes and failures, in a term in which...

Poverty Profiteers: Enfranchising the Poor

Charity has become a dirty word, as revelations from Oxfam on the sex for aid scandal has been uncovered. It was revealed that some...

The Real Brexit Black Hole: A Radical Remain Labour platform

Dejected delegations returning from Europe now flood the news daily but Cameron's failed visit in 2015 should not be forgotten. Cameron sought 'a new...

The UK needs to rethink its negotiating position

On the 29th January, the EU Council adopted their most recent negotiating directives for the next phase of the Brexit negotiations, dealing with the...

‘Zimbabwe’s Oldest Friend’

On the 21st November 2017 the streets of Zimbabwe were flooded with jubilant people, celebrating their independence from President Robert Mugabe. Theresa May and...

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