Jesus Rodriguez: After months of campaigning, shouting, blood, sweat, and tears being spilt this morning you can look out the window with pride as you gaze upon your own marvellous D.I.Y disaster, listening to the silence as your house drops in value. The best thing is that is that it was all self imposed, no […]
Victoria Noya Ironically, political radicalism is not uncommon. Donald Trump may come to mind, but this relatively new representation of political radicalism in the 21st century is not an isolated case. Many political regimes in the developing world are sustained by extreme ideologies, regarding change from accepted or traditional forms. Ideally, radicalism should act as […]
Emily Griffith Federalism in all its forms is designed to increase regional autonomy. In theory, devolving power from the central government, whether administrative, fiscal, or political, can be empower regions to invest more productively and responsively, while also increasing political education, leadership and participation through all levels of civil society. Although these are desirable outcomes, […]
Alex Goldsworthy Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is currently under investigation by Federal Prosecutors who say they have evidence that he has received $8 million in ‘illicit benefits’ including the refurbishment of his luxury penthouse in the resort of Guaruja, estimated to be worth up to $550,000.