Politics

Biden’s Balancing Act: How Might The Relationship End?

In the final installation of this four-part series, Megan Dewhirst will investigate the need for the United States to establish an end goal for their foreign policy towards China, and will outline the challenges that Biden faces, and what the potential outcome of the current relationship may be.

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Biden’s Balancing Act: Challenges from All Angles

In this four-part series, Megan Dewhirst will investigate the need for the United States to establish an end goal for their foreign policy towards China, and will outline the challenges that Biden faces, and what the potential outcome of the current relationship may be.

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Northern Ireland Unrest: What’s To Blame?

Over 50 Northern Irish police officers have been injured in more than 7 consecutive days of unrest across the country. Post-Brexit protocol and anger over unprosecuted lockdown breaches by Sinn Fein politicians last year are both believed to have played a role in inciting frustration from mainly loyalists.

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Biden’s Balancing Act: Modern American Blunders In Asia

In this four-part series, Megan Dewhirst will investigate the need for the United States to establish an end goal for their foreign policy towards China, and will outline the challenges that Biden faces, and what the potential outcome of the current relationship may be.

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The Erosion of Trust in British Policing

The role of the police is to protect and serve. They are, at the end of the day, there to ensure the safety of the public, there to serve and help. Not, as has become more common over the previous months, to enforce and intimidate.

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The Declaration Of Independence

America has always been seen as the land of the free. Teodora Turtoi explores the progress made from the Declaration of Independence, especially in modern day society.

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The Fight for Democracy in Myanmar

Myanmar’s slow democratization has been halted following a military coup on 1st February. The military’s overthrow of Aung San Suu Kyi’s elected government over alleged rigged elections back in November 2020 has sparked considerable civil resistance. Civil peaceful protest, resulting in police and military brutality aims to restore former leadership and calls for more international action.

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Democracy: A Tipping Point

COVID-19 has struck a match to democracy – leaders and regimes hide behind the guise of the pandemic and continue to erode the rights and freedoms of global citizens.

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