By Ewan Bolton
We hear many labels chucked around the political arena these days -- Socialist, Conservative, Alt-Right, Classical Liberal, Anarcho-Communist etc. But one rather niche title goes unuttered: Mutualist. It doesn’t deserve this silence, because it is a great unifier of left (or perhaps far left) ideas, while still maintaining several key aspects of the current economic model.
By Rhys Thomas
In a surprising turn of events, 392 asylum seekers have been returned to Greece by German authorities, which breaks away from the precedent established by the German Constitutional Court back in 2011. Therefore such an action raises an intriguing question for us to examine. Are we witnessing a change in Germany’s long standing migrant policy? Or is it just a case of Merkel electioneering in the run up to Germany’s general election? That is what we shall examine in this article.
By Martin Quick
Even among experts and traders, the verdict regarding the effects of a Trump presidency on markets remains far from unanimous. The confusion is borne out of the new President’s mixed bag of policy objectives: on one hand, markets appear bullish in the face of planned deregulation, notably of the financial industry itself, tax cuts and increased government investment. On the other, Trump’s protectionist agenda has aroused concern given the consequences that renewed trade barriers are likely to have on multinationals and on trade relations.
By Leena Bachir
Micronutrition, by its general definition, is a branch of nutrition that studies the effects micronutrients have on our health. This science is a new approach to understanding how the food we eat can help or aggravate our health problems.
By Dietrich Kessler
We all remember sitting in class, the sounds of paper shuffling, pencils scratching sheets frantically and the teacher striding in and writing on the whiteboard: World War Two and the Holocaust. We have all heard about the millions of victims, the gas chambers, the labour camps, the cruel dictatorship. All of these were in the lessons.
Clinton has seen her numbers go up after a strong debate performance, and leads in most swing states: she is ahead in Florida (46 v 43), North Carolina (45 v 42), Nevada (44 v 42) and other competitive states such as Virginia and Colorado. Overall, she is 119 Electoral College votes ahead of Donald Trump.