Politics

Honduras’s questionable election: At the crossroad of regional interests

A potentially rigged election has unearthed a country suffering from statal repression, the legacy of a coup and the interests of its large neighbour

Peace and security in the Asia Pacific in the post-Obama era: The view from ASEAN and Indonesia

Indonesian Ambassador to the UK, Dr. Rizal Sukma, visits York to give speech and answer questions on peace and security in South East Asia

Crown Prince launches new era for Saudi Arabia

Last week witnessed dramatic change in the political climate of the Saudi Arabia. Journalists, politicians, and the constant rumblings of…

Is there potential for change in Zimbabwe?

“This is not a military takeover of government,” declared the Major General, (who donned an army beret and camouflage jacket)…

Calamity in the Cabinet

Prime Minister Theresa May’s already fatally unstable government has been rocked by a series of scandals over the past weeks…

Left Wing, Right Wing: Thoughts from the Politics Editor

Australians have voted overwhelmingly in an advisory survey to legalise same-sex marriage across the country. An eight-week postal vote was…

Trump makes Asian Trade Trip

President Donald Trump has returned from a gruelling 12 day trip to east Asia, during which he attended three international…

Justice for Srebrenica progresses as Ratko Mladić convicted

Orchestrator of the Srebrenica massacre convicted for crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide under the International Criminal Tribunal of the former Yugoslavia

Government hopes to enshrine Brexit date in law

The British government set out plans to enshrine the date that Britain leaves the European Union into law. Theresa May…

Legacy of Franco: Human Rights organizations take the spot in Madrid

It only takes a simple tour to the Plaza Mayor in Madrid. Places where torture and enforced disappearances were committed…

Australia votes in favour of same-sex marriage

Australian voters have supported the introduction of same-sex marriage in an advisory referendum on the issue with 61.6 per cent voting…