'A documentary filmmaker with nearly forty years of experience and four BAFTAs to his name, he has divided the many camps that have viewed his idiosyncratic work, especially through his long-time collaboration with the BBC.'
Climate Change, Market Failures, and the Need for Government Intervention.
'Climate change "is the mother of all externalities: larger, more complex, and more uncertain than any other environmental problem"'
A Corona-induced Shake Up within Indonesia?
'With Indonesia having the largest number of coronavirus cases in Southeast Asia and the second highest in Asia, it is very surprising that Jokowi waited until late December to remove Terawan from his position.'
What is the ‘Yorkshire Party’?
'.... the party describes itself as a ‘centrist party’ and is built on the principles of social democratic idealism and the promotion of Yorkshire's interests within the UK.'
To what extent was the Brezhnev Doctrine a successful policy for the Soviet Union?
In the following essay, I will examine to what extent was the Brezhnev Doctrine a successful policy for the Soviet Union. It will attempt to answer this question by investigating what the Brezhnev Doctrine was, its policies, and the impact it had for the Soviet Union’s credibility. This will be done by scrutinising the events … Continue reading To what extent was the Brezhnev Doctrine a successful policy for the Soviet Union?
Regional Sovereign Wealth Funds: A Requisite for the Future?
One of the biggest problems we have in the 21st Century is the sourcing of funds to pay for local services and administrations. There has been many ideas raised to try and solve this problem; from making cuts; streamlining local services; giving up services to a higher-level form of governance; and everyone's favourite - raising … Continue reading Regional Sovereign Wealth Funds: A Requisite for the Future?
Japan Further Subverts Chinese Influence Through Securing Australia Defence Deal.
On the November 17th, Japan and Australia have agreed on a new policy of joint military exercises. This comes as Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga spoke after hosting Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Tokyo. “The Reciprocal Access Agreement (RAA) is widely perceived as yet another effort to unite like-minded governments in the region and … Continue reading Japan Further Subverts Chinese Influence Through Securing Australia Defence Deal.
Conservative Take On Universal Basic Income
'.... I believe that most people get the wrong idea on what is meant by UBI so let me give you a quick description as to what I believe it should be.'
The ‘Taiwan factor’ in Sino-US Great Power Politics in the Indo-Pacific
'From the Chinese perspective, Taiwan is not only a political and sentimental issue for China but also one of immense geostrategic value.'
Who are the Northern Independence Party?
'With details of the tier groups being published, a new party on the scene called the Northern Independence Party has started to gain attention around the UK.'