The Macron Supremacy

The French have been going to the polls once again (as if our nerves aren’t sufficiently shattered from the last round), this time the parliamentary election was up. If you’re not familiar with the French electoral process: the voters first elect a president, usually over two rounds of voting. This president becomes the head of…

France brings in new President, and a new turn to Europe

On France’s Election Sunday, Europe’s EU enthusiasts took a sigh of relief, and just in time for the EU’s celebration of Europe Day, on May 09. Emmanuel Macron of the recently formed En Marche! gathered an impressive 66% of the votes, compared to Front National Marine Le Pen’s 34%, the second round of the French…

Australia and the World – guest series post by W. Hebblewhite

I don’t come to this series with any background in Law or International Relations, my interests are more in theoretical speculation of Philosophy rather than the practicability of the former. As such, this post which purports to discuss Australia from both its political and international politics may seem at times highly theoretical. What I write…