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A bit of politics never hurt anybody. Global politics covers everything from Kim Jong-Un pretending to be dead to how COVID-19 impacted students in the UK.

By Jack Ramage

July 30, 2021

The cannabis sector might be the best shot the UK has at post-COVID recovery

By Louis Shankar

July 27, 2021

From stopping protests to their war on art, here’s how the Tories are censoring you

By Monica Athnasious

July 21, 2021

Texas Senate votes to remove that the KKK is ‘morally wrong’ from its curriculum

By Malavika Pradeep

July 19, 2021

Havana syndrome-like symptoms are now gripping US diplomats in Vienna

By Alma Fabiani

July 2, 2021

Anti-vaxxer propaganda spreads in Asia, putting millions at risk

By Etan Nechin

June 29, 2021

In Israel, a ceasefire and a new government don’t mean an end to the bloody status quo

By Monica Athnasious

June 22, 2021

Philippines’ President vows to jail people who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine

By Alma Fabiani

June 18, 2021

QAnon followers are about to get more violent FBI warns

By Monica Athnasious

June 17, 2021

Juneteenth, 19 June, has officially become a US federal holiday in 2021

By Alma Fabiani

June 10, 2021

Hot dictator summer: people are analysing Kim Jong-un’s watch to speculate over his weight loss

By Monica Athnasious

May 24, 2021

Texas Senate passes new bill to ban critical race theory in schools

By Bianca Borissova

May 20, 2021

What is infographic activism, and why should you be wary of it?

By Jack Ramage

April 20, 2021

The rich are once again stealing from the working class: this time, it’s football

By Harriet Piercy

March 17, 2021

Stopping daylight saving time could unbalance and shift the whole world, here’s why

By Emma O'Regan-Reidy

March 5, 2021

Is pink slime infiltrating your local news? If you live in the US, probably

By Harriet Piercy

February 18, 2021

Myanmar meets a new, powerful, generation of protestors


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