• A Year Abroad In Ottawa

    Catherine Conyard Many people are surprised when I tell them that I decided to do my year abroad in Ottawa. Despite being Canada’s capital city and home of crush-worthy Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it doesn’t appear to have much more to offer. Yet, as international travel has been restricted...
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    The Benefits Of Biden Reinstating US Membership To The Paris Agreement

    Daria Paterek When he became President, one of the first things that Joe Biden did was bring the United States back into the Paris Agreement. Trump decided to withdraw from the agreement in 2017, claiming in a televised announcement that the withdrawal was a result of his “solemn duty...
  • 46th US President Joe Biden Is Sworn Into Office

    Lauren McGaun The 20th January 2021 marks a new, progressive dawn for the US as Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President, alongside Kamala Harris as the first woman and person of colour to take on the Vice Presidency.  In his inaugural speech, the former Vice President...
  • The Geopolitical Cost of Oil

    Gwen takes a look at the effect the current conflicts in the Middle East are having on the oil industry,...
  • You may not want to live in a world where Trump wins, but you do

    Before polling day, a Trump victory was inconceivable. Who would actually vote for Trump? Only a few stray Facebook commenters who have considerably fewer ‘likes’, if social media were anything to go by. As it turns out, however, the more accurate answer to that is ‘more than 59 million...