Trump’s foreign policy: a new hope? | Chris Murray

It’s finally over. After a painfully drawn-out election cycle, at last America has chosen its next President. This election has hurt the country, re-opening old wounds and inflicting new ones that threaten social cohesion across the U.S. After all, the last few months have been dominated by personal insults from both campaigns. The lack of […]

Russia’s election: flawed, but a sign of progress | Phil Sheppard

This Sunday, millions of Russians will be heading to the polls to vote in elections for Russia’s parliament, the State Duma; the eighth since the first free election in 1990. Many observers and ordinary Russians believe that this election is the least fascinating, as there is much less media coverage of it than one might […]