Ignoring your opposition is easy in a world where division is so prominent. But, in the case of Trump, ignorance is what gained him the Presidency as he gave a voice to those who the liberal Establishment forgot. If we want to learn anything from Trump's time in the White House, its that we cannot dismiss our opponents, we must understand them.
If you have not already, I advise you to read the article by Rob White that this is in response to – although you do not need to, to understand the content of my own writing, it will give you context to my debate. As an Editor of this magazine, I relish in choosing the next... Continue Reading →
Ah! Individualism vs Collectivism: the age-old, philosophical debate! But, do we really need to be having it? Hm, I’m not so sure. All the political theory books that dominate Cambridge wider reading lists are trying to answer this question – whether they say so or not – because politics is, at its core, about how... Continue Reading →
If anyone poses me with the question “Who do you hate most in the world?”, the adult baby who is currently running the United States immediately pops into my mind. As someone on the Left, who cares deeply about social inclusion and equality, having to see an openly racist, misogynistic narcissist represent the ‘Land of... Continue Reading →
As someone who is avid about British Politics, I am, of course, a weekly consumer of BBC’s Question Time. If you didn’t already know - and if you didn’t I am truly sorry - Question Time is a debate-style programme that showcases the views of people across the political spectrum and the political sphere. To... Continue Reading →