Yasmin Ayture discusses ‘hygge’ as a form of happiness, and how we can attain it.
Javier Martín Merchán discusses Catalonia’s bid for independence, in terms of the historical rationale behind it and the potential consequences for Spanish democracy.
Alex Stuart takes a closer look at the 2018 World Economic Forum held in Davos, where elitism and hypocrisy prevail.
Harry Hudson discusses the rationale behind and the ramifications of Trump’s infamous decision to make Jerusalem the capital of Israel.
Felice Southwell discusses Piers Morgan’s interview with Donald Trump, in which the US President remained unchallenged by an excessively deferential journalism, despite his ignorance and incompetence being blatantly evident.
Chloé Meley writes about the Love Army initiative for the Rohingya, discussing the noble goals but inevitable shortcomings of social media in creating solidarity and channelling it into a humanitarian enterprise.
Lin Fei-Fan and Edward Tin-Kei Leung, respectively part of the Sunflower movement in Taiwan and the Umbrella movement in Hong-Kong, talk to Felice Southwell, Chloé Meley and Charlie Gomes about political engagement, democracy and potential futures developments in East Asia.
James Steel writes about the laudable effort of the ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ campaign to bring down football games’ ticket prices, which would allow football fans to be more active supporters both at home and away matches.
Yasmin Ayture discusses why learning a new language opens up opportunities in a globalised world.