Francine Nicholas takes a look aggressive approach of the Chinese authorities towards Tibet, and criticises the West for its lack of involvement.
In this article, Marc Geddes explores the (in)effective regulation of intellectual property rights.
In this review, Marc Geddes highlights Will Hutton’s recent book on the importance of equality of opportunity and the high value that society needs to place on creating a more balanced, just society.
In this article, Jack Cowell laments the fact that soon our police force will be subject to market influence and corporate greed; no longer the public service it was supposed to be.
In this article, George Richards explores the extent of diplomatic unity within the EU and, crucially, argues that a common defence and security policy amongst member states strengthens international diplomacy.
In this article, Marc Geddes unravels the European decision-making structures by briefly looking at the relationship of the European Council, the Council of Ministers and the Commission. Who controls Europe?
Joe Austin explores the merits of credit ratings agencies, and particularly their effect on European member states. Do they provide critical advice for investors or are they unaccountable forces that hold democratic governments to ransom?
Review by David Jeffery, in which he explores the strengths and weaknesses of the Leader of the Opposition’s speech to the newly founded Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute.
Article by Jack Cowell.
Article by Archie Hunter.