Tuesday 2nd May Oral Questions – Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office MPs will question ministers from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office about a variety of issues. This will be the first opportunity for MPs to scrutinise FCDO ministers at … Continue reading This Week in parliament: Week commencing 1 May
Dear Readers, I hope the first weeks of this academic year have gone well. I’m Josh, the Editor-in-Chief of the Polsoc Paper for the academic year of 2022/23. I did my undergraduate degree in History and Politics at the University … Continue reading The Polsoc Paper is back for 2022/23
Last month the first Russian intervention in the Middle East in nearly forty years was initiated, Russian air strikes rained over Syria and with them, potentially the first unforgivingly overt challenge to American unilateral power since the end of the … Continue reading Russing In: Russia Is Challenging America’s Control in the Middle East
Happy birthday, United Nations! On October 23, our beloved organisation is going to be 70 years old. On 26 June 2014, Ban Ki-moon announced a series of events to celebrate 70 years of “Strong UN. Better World”. But one question … Continue reading Dear old UN, It’s time to get retired
With new Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron having to confirm his position at this years party conference by stating “Mr Whippy is safe in my hands”, you would be forgiven for forgetting that just five months ago, 56 Lib Dem … Continue reading Liberal Democrats: An irrelevance or the “comeback kids” of British Politics?