All posts tagged Politics

Diversity: The Wave of the Future?

Or is it? I’m not known for my positivity. Par the course of this column focusing on all things Brexit, I figure this outlet hasn’t been the most ebullient way […]

Fifty Days to Fantasyland

Less than 50 days to Brexit and here we are – who’d a think it? My perpetual moodiness with all things EU is being tempered while I write this, thanks […]

An Economic Chasm in Darkest East London.

Tower Hamlets is a microcosm of London. The heart of the East End used to have a distinctive identity. Everyone from Karl Marx, Jack the Ripper, and Picasso walked its […]

A Guide to the 2019 European Elections

Written by Silvana Limni and Vanda Suha European students out there at Queen Mary, Europeanelections are coming up in a few months and are expected to take place between the […]

Let’s Talk about Sects, Baby!

Middle Eastern pundits often talk about Lebanese sectarianism through a top-down power lens, one that attributes the majority of our faults to the “divide and conquer” technique of our archaic […]

Netanyahu never dies (but should he?)

2018 was, as the Guardian put it, “the year of the autocrat”. No country or continent was safe from populist men concerned with nothing but advancing their own personal interests. […]

A Blue Ripple – a discussion of America’s mid-term elections.

On November 6th, 2018–two years after Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States–the House of Representatives was now held by the Democratic Party. Though many were hoping […]

What would Bell Hooks say about Meghan Markle’s entry into the British royal family?

I would like to congratulate Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage as there is no greater power than love. However, this is not the point. I would like to share […]

10 Frowning Street? The Brexit Breakdown…

Today, November 29th, marks exactly four months until we are due to leave the European Union. Yet, the government is one for consistency, for Brexit looks as haphazard as it […]