October 20, 2019

On October 6, the White House released a statement following a conversation between Presidents Trump and Erdogan announcing Turkey would be imminently ‘moving forward with its long-planned operation into northern Syria’. The casual Sunday announcement accordingly decla...

October 17, 2019

September 5th. A day like so many others in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul; one filled with carnage and terror after a suicide bombing, claimed by the Taliban, in the city centre. The victims: twelve Afghans and two NATO troops, including an American.

It was this last cas...

October 8, 2019

I saw Naga Munchetty in the news a few weeks back. Something about ‘breaching BBC reporting guidelines’. I’ll confess I gave it little attention. And by little, I mean none. But writing this article has enlightened me as to this situation and its repercussions. Like a...

January 29, 2019

In the very early hours of January 25th, as the sun was about to rise over Fort Lauderdale, Florida, federal agents waited outside the house of Roger Stone. Armed with AR-15s and kitted out in flak jackets, they stormed the home and arrested Stone on charges of obstruc...

November 3, 2018

On 6 November, the American people go to the voting booths once again. They will choose the occupant of every seat in the House of Representatives, and a third of the Senate. The Republicans hope to maintain control of both houses. The Democrats want a blue wave.

The re...

October 1, 2018

Matteo Salvini, the leader of half of the recently formed Italian government has swiftly drawn several comparisons to President Trump. A meeting between the two was held in 2016, after which Trump leant Salvini an endorsement. Needless to say, Trump had strong reasons...

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