🇺🇸 Hunter Biden: Misinformation or Media Bias?
In recent weeks, President Biden's son has been hitting the headlines once
again. What is particularly interesting to note is the different ways in which
Hunter is reported upon across different US media outlets.
If anything, he serves as an example of just
🏳️⚧️ Fair Game? Trans Participation in Sport
Last week, Florida's Governor refused to recognise a trans woman's victory in
what BBC News described as "the highest US national college swimming title".
The topic of trans participation in sport is becoming as political as it is
polarising. While some celebrated the
⛽️ Bad Energy? Europe's Reliance on Russian Oil and Gas
Since the invasion began more than a week ago, much of our coverage has quite
rightly focused on both the civilian impact, and the geopolitical implications
to this war.
Today, we want to explore Russia's role as an energy giant,
🙏🏼 Tibet and China: The Last Dalai Lama?
The Dalai Lama is one of the most recognisable faces around the world - but did
you know there are very real concerns he might just be the last one?
It is a fascinating topic that incorporates religion, history, geography and
🇦🇫 Afghanistan: The World's Largest Heroin Exporter
This Tuesday will mark six months since the fall of Kabul, the chaotic
withdrawal of US troops, and the return to Taliban rule in Afghanistan.
In the months since, with the majority of the western world not recognising the
Taliban as the country's
🇨🇳 Xi Jinping: The Person Behind China's Powerful Presidency
There are very few people in the world that are public figures, yet intensely
China's president, Xi Jinping, is arguably one of the most powerful and
recognisable people on the planet, but how much is actually known about his
🌏 Bitcoin: What's the Environmental Impact?
We’ve all heard of Bitcoin - but how many of us understand what it actually is
and where it came from?
When it comes to cryptocurrency, the cost of it is often and understandably
discussed in monetary terms - but what about
🇺🇦 All Eyes on Ukraine: Is Russia Going to Invade?
Today marks Unity Day in Ukraine - a day that commemorates the unifying of the
east and west of the country back in 1919.
Now, more than a century later, Ukraine's future remains of huge concern to the
West - with Russian troops
📊 Gender-Based Violence: A Look at the Statistics
The senseless and brazen murder of Ashling Murphy in Ireland on Wednesday has
sparked yet another debate about violence against women.
While many questions remain unanswered, we respectfully want to avoid any
irresponsible speculation about this particular case. We do, however, think its
🇺🇸 Abortion in the US: The Divided States of America
The debate around abortion is often a contentious and divisive issue, no matter
where you are in the world.
That is particularly true for the US at the moment, where the Supreme Court is
hearing what has been described as "the biggest abortion