Corruption

▶︎ Beyond American Political Theatre – Money Talks: Should Corporations Enter The Legislative Process?

In American politics, there are a multitude of shocking and exciting developments that make news headlines every day; yet most…

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Asia

Slaying The Chinese Dragon: Can China Go Bankrupt?

China has long enjoyed the benefits of sustained economic growth while also treating financial management with noticeable dereliction. As the…

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Asia

Strong-Arming The Strong-Man: Strategy In Thailand’s 2019 Elections

A princess, a military dictator and a billionaire enters an election. No one knows who won because the vote tellers…

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Asia

The Rise Of Feminism In South Korea

In the wake of the sex scandals surrounding high profile figures, feminist activism in South Korea has been gaining momentum.…

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Culture

New Zealand’s Darkest Day

The Christchurch mosque massacre on March 15th was felt viscerally both in New Zealand and across the globe. The gunman,…

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Podcasts

▶︎ Tbilisi Travel Report – Part 3

Final update from the Travel committee in Georgia. This time foreign radio correspondent Sanjin Alagic has a conversation together with…

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Identity Politics

Ainu Rights In Japan: Is Recognition Enough?

On 15th February 2019, the Japanese government passed a landmark law, recognising the Ainu minority in Hokkaido as an indigenous…

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Identity Politics

Decent Into State Led Sectarianism In Yemen And Syria

Across Europe, the societies of the Middle East are considered by many deeply divided and sectarian. Identity politics runs deep…

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Asia

▶︎ Tbilisi Travel Report – Part 2

UPF Travel has arrived to Georgia and here is their first update on the travel. Foreign radio correspondent Sanjin Alagic…

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Identity Politics

The War That Shocked The Western World

The fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent end of the Cold War in 1989 encouraged several experts, observers,…

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