An argument is made for why the current #NoMakeupSelfie is not connecting with the true spirit of charity, and how in fact people need to re-evaluate their philosophy on donation
The proposition for the dismantling of online privacy is made with regards to the use of online pornography and its detrimental societal affect
The defence is made for U.S. foreign policy with regards to Syria, and that past behaviour shouldn’t affect people’s view of the current foreign policy regarding Syria
The point is made for corporal punishment to be brought back into school and, potentially, universities
Simon Renwick introduces the newest installment of Canvas
University of Sheffield’s Professor Tony Payne spent more than twenty years studying the Commonwealth, with particular focus on the Commonwealth Caribbean. Chris Olewicz caught up with him recently to discuss the Commonwealth and his hopes for the future.
Michael Higgs examines the record of the Commonwealth on LGBT rights
Lucinda Weston takes a short look back on the dissolution of the British Empire and how the Commonwealth came to be born.
Jack Agnew looks at the Commonwealth, the objectives of such a group, and the Classical Realist position regarding this
Gregory Pichorowycz looks at the 30th anniversary of Operation Blue Star, and the storming of the Golden Temple