In the first of a three part series Vitalis revisits the revolutionary Labour Government of 1984-1990 by examining how they won the 1984 election.
Smith joins the writing herd at BSWink with his revealing essay on Climate Change as meta-narrative at a time of crisis.
Jekabson details the rich history of the small island 'nation'.
Vitalis explores the validity of Fukuyama's thesis from his best seller "The End of History".
Vitalis analyses the Nazi Occupation of Greece during the second World War, to better understand the origins of the subsequent Greek Civil War.
Vitalis considers the arguments for and against the role of the British Monarchy regarding modern New Zealand
Huang analyses the implications of what Brexit would mean to a Britain historically aligned with western Europe.
Because I think there is no life after death and that it is generally better to be alive than to be dead, I fear death. What for me used to be a sacred religious mysteriousness makes now room for a pitch-black horror.
In the law of England and Wales consent is a defence to assault provided there is no intention to cause actual bodily harm or worse...
...no nuclear conflict has occurred, and to a certain extent, Nuclear Peace theory can be warranted. However, an over-reliance on nuclear proliferation to achieve stability and peace in the international system should be avoided.
When considering the application of sense perception, emotion, memory, reason and faith – to the given areas – the art of Van Gogh, Warhol and Picasso, the origins of the Cold War and the development of Radium and Heliocentrism
Critical evaluation of Peter Singer’s essay “Famine, Affluence, and Morality” by considering three of Singer’s fundamental but inter-related assumptions