Donald Trump is, putting it mildly, a different kind of President. And when he was first elected in 2016 there… Read more The Unorthodox President: A Trump tradition of ignoring traditions
The 2020 US Presidential election is over, Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump and following his inauguration in January of… Read more 2020 US Election: what happened and what does the future hold for the USA?
Feminism: a very apt movement for the 21st century. Could it be argued that the approaches that governments took to… Read more Coronavirus: Can we explain how political institutions have responded through the leaders’ sex?
The rapid development of the American oil industry in the late 2000’s saw the US become the top oil-producing country… Read more 2020 US Presidential Election: Could Oil Be the End of Trump?
The 2020 US Presidential election is finally entering its final week, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden’s… Read more US Election 2020 Scenarios; Trump and Biden’s path to victory
If you’ve been paying any attention to the ongoing US Presidential election, you’ll likely be aware that Donald Trump is… Read more ‘Shy Trump Voters’ – Will Trump outperform the polls again?
Mali and Coups have an intimate history; this year has seen Mali’s third coup in less than three decades. Political… Read more Another Coup? What’s Happening in Mali?
And what it’s meant for Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer Covid-19 has undoubtedly been one of, if not the… Read more The Politics of Coronavirus in the UK
Humanitarian crisis A history of civil war and conflict has hampered Yemen’s development and created many social issues. However, Yemen’s… Read more What’s Happening in Yemen and Why it Matters.
We are Finn Walshe, an incoming PPE undergraduate at Oxford, and Archie Bakewell, an incoming Politics and International Relations undergraduate… Read more About Us