I am from Portsmouth in Hampshire and I am currently studying International Relations at the University of Warwick. My main areas of interest in writing are in politics, history and sport. In terms of other hobbies I enjoy playing sports, mainly rugby and I love to game and read.
While it seems that we are far away from the next presidential race, in political terms we are just around the corner from 2024. We take a look at some potential Democrat candidates and analyse what their chances are to become the next President of the United States.
Biden has been praised for his diverse cabinet but why have these people been chosen? Is it a debt being paid, an appointment due to their relationship, pleasing factions in his party, or choosing the best person for the job? We will look at the top cabinet positions in order of who would succeeded the President.
On the 19th of November, Boris Johnson would announce that his government would pledge to ‘increase defense by 24.1 billion pounds over the next 4 years’. This will be used to invest in ‘technologies that will revolutionize warfare', including the development of laser weapons.
Donald Trump is targeting the certification of votes in key states in an effort to overturn Joe Biden's victory and maintain his presidency for a second term. We take a look to see how this is shaping up.
Old vs New, Democrat vs Republican, Trump vs Biden: Will Protests & Armed Conflict Conclude The Presidential Election?
The 2020 Election is a turning-point in US history. Two conflicting characters fighting over the heart of American Democracy. One, a billionaire businessman, turned Republican politician, who's supporters love him as an against the grain anti-political figure. While the other, is a seasoned politician, who some see as uninspiring yet necessary candidate, whom after 40 years and two previous presidential campaigns has his final chance at the Presidency.
Anti-Lockdown protestors have been questioning the 'new norm' of pandemic related policies since the virus gripped the globe. We look over the events of the past few months and inspect what this movement has been discussing and if this is all bigger than covid-19.