Politics
Edmund Wilson
December 2017
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Why is Venezuela locked in conflict?
The most oil-rich country on earth cannot seem to escape a cycle of authoritarianism and conflict.
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Why haven't we won the war on drugs?
The tumultuous tsunami of drug prohibition since the 1970s has brought distress, unrest and pain to all those concerned.
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David Davis, Henry VIII and Democracy
As the Brexit Secretary proposes reviving the 'Henry VIII' powers, there is a risk democracy may take a beating.
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Election
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Tory Triumph
Despite a Conservative victory, other parties won nearly as many votes.
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Party Pitching
Parties, debates, rhetoric... It must be the mock election!
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Election Mocking
Friday - the perfect day for politics, don't you think?
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June 2017
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Populist Power
Since the nineteenth century, populism has found proud political proponents.
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China Trumps America
The sands of time are running out for Trump's America.
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January 2017
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Bretton Woods: Win or Washout?
In the 1980s, the Bretton Woods economic system faced crisis.
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Will UKIP Survive?
UKIP’s greatest enemy may prove to be itself.
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Will History End?
Freedom, democracy or communism: musings on the war of ideas.
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November 2016
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North Sea Oil
The secret Margaret Thatcher does not want you to know...
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The Threat to Peace
Will Trump’s presidency demolish today’s liberal peace?
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The Shadow of Anarchy
Has Cold War II already begun?
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Trump Strikes Back
It is easy to dismiss the business mogul, but many Americans like Donald Trump’s chances.
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Issue 11
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Brexit: a leap into the unknown?
The EU referendum could change the course of history. But Brexit would wind back the clocks.
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Students Deserve a Better Example
The result of the EU referendum will change the future of the UK, so why are young people the least likely to vote?
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The Queen: cherished but not chosen?
We love our Queen and we value our democracy, but are the two incompatible?
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Issue 10
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Syria Simplified
The conflict in Syria is complicated, but this infographic should make it easier to understand.
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Amnesty Special: Write for Rights
After all the good Amnesty International has done, why are people still skeptical of the organisation's intentions?
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Sharia Law: A Smooth Integration Into British Society?
Islam is the fastest growing religion in the UK. But what impacts would implementation of Sharia have on the British legal system?
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Refugee Crisis?
The flow of refugees is seemingly endless. Only cooperation between European leaders will ease the burden.
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Issue 9
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One country, two systems
Hong Kong's history as a British colony has ensured democratic rule is upheld. But with 2047 fast approaching, China is beginning to increase its stranglehold on the city.
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Situation in Ukraine
The War in Ukraine continues, but the global media has fell silent to the plea of Ukraine.
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Comrade Corbyn?
Jeremy Corbyn is a controversial fellow. But one thing is for certain... He is certainly more photogenic than his predecessor.
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The EU Debate
The UK has a tenuous relationship with the EU. But if we leave, we risk it all.
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The American Dream?
Is there still room for humanity in the American Dream?
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Issue 8
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A student's guide to the Tory Government
No one can say for certain if the Conservatives will abide by their seemingly plausible manifesto pledges.
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Are current UK Human Rights out of date?
Perhaps a British Bill of Rights is the 'common sense' solution.
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You get what you vote for, or do you?
As a leading democracy, the UK must question the effectiveness of the Westminster System.
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The War on Terror
The term 'war on terror' is as politically charged as it was in 2001, but just how 'new' is this war?
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The Drowning Child and the Expanding Circle
The new urgency brought about by the migrant crisis will force people to accept terms which before they would not have considered.
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Archive
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Berkhamsted School Mock Election Report 2015
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UKIP's Footprint
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Nationalism in the 21st Century
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Anarchy in the UK
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Religion and Left-Wing Politics
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Scotland Says No
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Gunning for Change
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Battlefield Ukraine
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Democracy Defined by 140 Characters
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National Identity - Who Are We?
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Remembering Russian Socialism
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Bloodbath in the Middle East
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Immigration- Can we fix it?
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Rethinking Representative Democracy
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Democracy in a dangerous world
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The Political Shortfall of the Postmodern Era
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HS2 - Yes or No?
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Are We Bothered?
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Natalie Bennett of the Green Party
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The End of the two party system?
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Autocracy; is it that bad?
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Recent UKIP success could cost them dearly in 2015
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For the sake of politics, save the younger voter!
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Country in Crisis
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How Politics Affects Education and How Education Affects Politics
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At this rate, I think I'll emigrate...
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Education Minister for a day - what would you do?
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10 Easy Steps to Becoming a Radical Republican
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'We can't live, so we are waiting for death'
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The questionable move from GCSEs to English Baccalaureates
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Je suis Charlie
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Amnesty International: Does the US believe that children don't have rights?
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Cameron swerves to the right in Cabinet reshuffle
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James Routledge 2016