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…

Opinion: Bishop should face Australia’s record with International Law

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has warned China that it must respect international law, following the state’s rejection of the Phillipines arbitration case over its claims in the South China Sea. ‘While we take no position on competing claims in the South China Sea, Australia’s commitment to freedom of navigation and overflight consistent with international…

How #EdBalls won #EdBallsDay: In Defence of the Oddity

 by Winning Over the Public #EdballsDay is a bizarre phenomenon in the United Kingdom. On the 28th of May, CyberBrits celebrate the fact that Labour shadow chancellor Ed Balls accidentally tweeted his own name while attempting to search twitter for an article circulating about him. After realising his gaffe, the Labour heavyweight did not delete…