Turkey stands at the crossroads of world politics: caught between the West and the Middle East; bordering Syria and the frontiers of ISIS; excluded from the EU and governed by an increasingly hard-line leader. Recent events – both the failed military coup and Erdoğan’s subsequent nationwide crackdown – have propelled this young democracy into a new chapter of turbulence.
Time is ticking down. The day is almost upon us. Are you ready to make an informed decision? If not, you might like to do some last-minute referendum related research… Debates have become increasingly heated, emotions are running high, hashtags have been engaged and polls are predicting Brexit. The run up to the EU referendum …
Following the Labour leadership election, Adrian Pabst, co-author of Blue Labour, considers the Party’s options and shares his views on Jeremy Corbyn and the future of Labour.
When hundreds of schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram in 2014, the government’s target was not Boko Haram, but those demanding action from the government.
Mike Smith joined a panel of experts to discuss the impact of Boko Haram in the lead up to Nigeria’s general election.
What are Russia’s motives and ambitions in annexing Crimea?
The hustings have started, mad hysteria’s set-in, battle mode is engaged. It is now election year.
The Europe Dilemma and In the Name of the People have been nominated at this year’s Political Book Awards
Described as ‘a necessary examination of the way that the MPLA works’, In the Name of the People has been chosen as an African Arguments book of 2014.
The man who made modern China, Deng Xiaoping is seen by its current leaders as the model to be emulated.
Brexit, a new book looking at who is to blame for the current British mess over Europe.
Primarily remembered for creating the NHS, Nye Bevan also changed British attitudes.
Hong Kong continues to occupy a unique position as the last place in China where its leaders can truly be themselves.