North Korea’s explosion of the hydrogen bomb had a magnitude of 6.3 which is by far the biggest the country has exploded, as measured by ‘The US Geological Survey’. The explosion has further increased tension in the area with both Japan and South Korea denouncing it as hostile. South Korean President Moon Jae-in called for the “strongest possible” response, including new UN Security Council sanctions to “completely isolate” the country as said by the BBC. With North Korea repeatedly defying UN sanctions the UK,US,France, Japan and South Korea requested an emergency session of the Security Council after the test. Continue reading The enigma of North Korea
Tuition Fees are going to increase to £9,250 this year and interest rates on student loans will increase to 6.1% from this autumn. This is an absolute disgrace to hard working students who will have interest rates of 6.1% starting at the start of the academic year before they have graduated or got a job. Continue reading Tuition Fees
Free markets mean an economic system where private businesses are able to determine prices in order to compete with other businesses. Some argue that free markets are compatible with individual freedom whilst others argue that free markets are not compatible with individual freedom. This essay will explore both avenues and come up with a conclusion. Liberals will argue that free markets are compatible with individual freedom because “individuals have the autonomy to direct their own actions unless they voluntarily agree to follow the orders of someone else” and this is comes under individual freedom that liberals believe in. Secondly, in … Continue reading Are free markets compatible with individual freedom?
Feminism is the advocacy of women’s right on the ground of the equality of sexes. The word free means doing something without someone controlling you but in this essay we will describe free as doing something without society judging you. In this essay I will talk about three different types of feminism; Liberal, Marxist and Radical and whether they believe feminism is still needed and finally I will give a conclusion. Continue reading Is feminism still needed now that women are free?
Marxism is the political and economic theories of Karl Marx which was then developed by Marx followers to form the basis of communism. In this essay we will be talking about the political impact and the economic impact of Marxism and how it offers a good critique to capitalism. In addition, we will discuss what Marx has discovered economically that makes it such an effective critique of capitalism and finally there will be a conclusion at the end. Continue reading Why is Marxism still relevant?
Fascism in the 1930s believed in racial (biological) superiority, had a cult personality, included a lot of symbolism and was very anti communist. Fascism today is more directed at immigration, specifically Muslims, and is more anti globalization. In addition, this essay will be arguing if fascist ideology has entered mainstream politics which will be incorporated with the conclusion at the end. Continue reading What are the main differences between Fascism in the 1930s and today?
The word assimilation, in the context of this question, means “the process of becoming similar.” Some argue that the state should not require the assimilation of cultural minority groups whilst others argue otherwise. The main debate central to this question is whether states should follow the assimilation model, as this question presents, or follow the multiculturalism model, which is a model followed by many western nations today. This essay will provide opposing views and come up with a conclusion. Continue reading Should states require the assimilation of cultural minority groups?