On Brexit


Xenophobia in the UK

July 13, 2016

by Julian Vigo Racism and xenophobia cannot be spun into class solidarity, nor can they be forgotten away as if some new class spirit will erase the eruption


Post-Brexit Africa

July 4, 2016

US Election


The New Tyranny: A Preface to the 2016 Elections in the United States

June 6, 2016

By Timothy K. Kuhner Democracy in the United States has been replaced by a rival form of government premised upon the power of wealth. Not to be confused with


The Brand Trump

April 25, 2016

World Politics


The Philippine National Election 2016: The Good, the Bad and The Ugly

July 10, 2016

By Pauline Eadie  Rodrigo Duterte was elected president of the Philippines in May 2016. Arguably Duterte’s electoral success was down to his straight

Global Capital Markets


Usury in the 21st Century

June 28, 2016

By Richard Westra Neoliberal deregulation commencing in the closing decades of the 20th century put into play a global financial system which operates as a


Middle East & Africa


Post-Brexit Africa

July 4, 2016

By Dan Steinbock Whatever its final impact, in the short-term the UK’s EU referendum will increase global economic uncertainty, market volatility and



Reflections on the Post-Aquino Philippine-China Relations: Taking into Account the Realities of Geopolitics

July 15, 2016

By Renato Cruz De Castro This article examines how the Philippines challenged China’s expansive maritime claim in the South China Sea during President

International Law


Sovereign Liability for Cross-Border Torts: How US Courts Are Meeting The Challenges Posed By International Terrorism and Cyber Torts

June 5, 2016

By Charles H. Camp and Theresa Bowman This article explores the problems of tackling cyber terrorism in US courts, as the difficulties of cross-border cases

Business & Innovation


The Brand Trump

April 25, 2016

By Glyn Atwal and Douglas Bryson Donald Trump is one of the most divisive and polarising political figures in modern history, seemingly set to win the

Climate Change & Society


The Case for the Green State

July 22, 2016

By William Hawes In this article, the author discusses how green politics can create ecologically sustainable societies that can put an end to the various


Xenophobia in the UK

July 13, 2016



Time for Reset and Realism in the South China Sea

July 20, 2016

By Dan Steinbock After the South China Sea arbitration ruling, uncertainty and friction may increase in the region. However, the economic promise of China’s