In this article, Jose Angel Garcia examines the role the media plays in exposing scandals. Is the media playing with justice?
In this article, George Ward questions what drives people to vote Ukip in the North East, and wonders what their prospects are in 2015.
Chris Olewicz notes the lack of specialist knowledge at the EU candidate hustings at the University of Sheffield.
The idea that the internet, in an age when many employers post job applications and vacancy awareness exclusively online, should be a human right is discussed
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
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.
David Jeffery looks at how the prohibition of chemical weapons has set back the prospects for peaceful insurgencies and a revolution in warfare
In this article, Brandon Ashford discusses the importance of the Sputnik 1 project.
In this article, Jackson Shuttleworth argues that human nature should not be understood in purely negative terms, but as a socially dependent, variable, phenomenon.
Max Evans argues that policy is required to make ‘justice’ a more apt term in the British political system, with more access to legal advice