Within the barbaric slaughter of the middle east Kurdistan is still a source of hope, writes Frazer Kerr
Chris Olewicz notes the lack of specialist knowledge at the EU candidate hustings at the University of Sheffield.
Alex Lumsden analyses UKIP’s woes and what Nigel Farage can reasonably expect come the general election.
Labour leader Ed Milliband is facing legal prosecution from animation producers Aardman Studios after the company criticised his unauthorised use of image rights to the beloved TV character Wallace.
The Combination Of Kantian, Religious And Communitarian Ethics As A Global Constitution: A Suggestion For The Establishment Of Global Ethics
In this essay, Hakan Kolcak discusses the merits for a new basis of global ethics.
Michael Higgs examines the record of the Commonwealth on LGBT rights
Jack Agnew looks at the Commonwealth, the objectives of such a group, and the Classical Realist position regarding this
An introduction to the second issue of the year by the Editor, Simon Renwick
Charlotte Witso makes the argument as to why we should care about Human Rights Campaigning, and why some campaigns aren’t as frivolous as some believe.
‘Justice cannot be for one side alone’: putting “international” back into the International Criminal Court.
Phil Armitage argues that the International Criminal Court should be taking a much tougher and thorough stance to war crimes, to not only rid claims of racism and to bring justice to all those affected.