Islamophobia after 9/11: the unintended victims of terrorism

September 11th, 2021 marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, in which the World Trade Center and The Pentagon, the headquarters for the US Department of Defence, were targeted with hijacked passenger planes. These attacks ultimately claimed almost 3,000 civilian lives…

Callum Sutherland

Is an EU army more likely now than ever?

With the US spending an astronomical $778 billion, many see the only solution to be the formation of a European army.…

Connor Summerell

The Boy Who Fell: How The Tragic Death of a Child Refugee Underscores a National Crisis

On Wednesday 18th August, a five-year-old Afghan refugee fell from a hotel window in Sheffield. A tragic accident at first glance., But upon further inspection, this boy’s unfortunate passing sheds light on the failure of a neglected system.…

Jay Southon

A Feminist Myth?: Recruiting Women into STEM

It is well known that there are fewer women than men choosing careers in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM). In fact, in 2019, women made up only 24% of the STEM workforce, and only 10% of engineering workers. A career in this sector seems ideal; it's well paying with job security.…

Kate Stubbs

"Would the Last Christian Democrat Please Turn Out the Lights?" The 2021 German Elections and What They Mean for the Future of Germany's CDU

Does Christian Democracy have a place in modern Germany and, if so, how does it recover?…

Ciara Rushton