Politics student Adam takes on the cynics and argues that to attribute the international response to Ebola as only being the result of its threat to international peace and security ignores the shared sense of responsibility that being a part of the international community brings.
The University of Sheffield has formally left the United Kingdom and declared itself part of the Russian Federation after a surprise referendum held during elections for Union officers.
Lucinda Weston looks at the role of religion in America, despite its separation from political institutions
Article by Lucy Bell.
Opposition to the Death Penalty in the USA needs not only a powerful voice but a voice amongst the powerful.
Article by Phil Armitage, Co-Chair of Sheffield University Amnesty International Group.
Article by James Donnelly.
In this appraisal, Joe Austin argues that Barack Obama should be seen as a moderniser and reformer – a man who has improved the lives of millions. The lacklustre enthusiasm to the current President of the USA is not due to poor leadership, but unfavourable context.
Beth Miller takes a look at the future of US-China Relations, and explores the importance of diplomacy for all parties involved. The key question: is the United States ready for a new global power?