The fight for Donetsk Airport has been fierce, and also pointless, according to Gregory Pichorowycz. But perhaps it can teach us something about Putin’s strategy in Ukraine.
In this article, Brandon Ashford urges for a Conservative government in 2015. to continue the plans begun by the coalition.
With independence debates ranging from Scotland to Catalonia, Chris Saltmarsh asks the question: could the UK’s neglected Northern cities go it alone?
Isaac Evans contends that, in states that advocate democracy so profusely, we should be moving these core values into our workplace
Dan Celadri of the Socialist Students Society looks at where the Government is currently going wrong with it’s policy, and argues why more socialist-framed policy surrounding Nationalisation would be better
In this article, Michael Higgs discusses Sharia Law, and whether it’s principled financial system should be applied to the currently unprincipled U.K financial system
Chris Olewicz explores the impact of opera and the role it plays as part of the UK’s arts scene, especially in times of tighter budgets.
Article by Joe Austin.
In this article, David Jeffery explores how capitalism itself can be used to force banking reform and how the power of demand can create more ethical high street banking.
In this article, Joe Austin considers the role of hedge funds in global financial markets and asks whether they played a part in causing the financial crisis that was sparked in 2007. The role of irresponsibility in markets is also explored. As a result of this irresponsibility, it can be argued that they should not be allowed to exist in their current form.