There comes a point where the striving for ‘balance’ requires Lewis Carroll levels of delusion, says Jem Roberts… When the idea of writing this column was first put to me by a very kindly person with small birds twittering around their head, the issue of ‘balance’ was hit upon very quickly. ‘Political balance’ is something […]
This year’s presidential election has brought into sharp relief the fact that our justice system -in fact, our whole way of life – is in trouble. Mitch Feierstein explains how we if don’t take steps to protect our democracy now, we’ll lose it.
We have never lived in a society whereby identity is so fluid and yet, we still try to label and stereotype. Philosopher Thomas Kuhn can point us to the “paradigm shifts” which are necessary for us to move ideas – including the political – forward.
How much of U.S. foreign policy is genuinely altruistic?
The West has not yet come to terms with it’s fading supremacy…