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The Passing of Elizabeth II

What Awaits The British Monarchy After Her Death

What is it that is associated with the United Kingdom? It is likely that double-decker buses, Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter, tea at five o’clock, and, of course, the national anthem “God Save the Queen” would come to mind. One of the most recognizable symbols of the United Kingdom is unquestionably Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. After
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The West’s Dictatorship Double Standard

Western support of authoritarian leaders in the Middle East

On the campaign trail, President Biden labelled the Saudi government a ‘pariah state’ that ought to ‘pay the price for the assassination of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Two years later, Biden would greet Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman with a fist bump in Jeddah. The President’s visit to the Middle East this July was
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Covid and the Cushion of Riches

Fair choices and unfair outcomes

Economics is not abstract; it is the most real. Economic policy has the potential to directly impact the livelihoods of millions of people. So, whilst human innovation has snowballed into abundance for some, our increasing interconnectedness highlights stark inequality that persists. Would it be possible then that the public health and economic decisions of wealthy
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