Exploration of how our proclivity towards listening to stories shapes today’s media and political landscape
From 1945- 1989, Berlin was the centre point between the two great powers of its age, the United […]
The end of the Cold War marked the success of the US’s approach against its greatest enemy. But […]
Russia in the modern day has taken steps to go its own way within a geopolitical world with […]
The epoch of Jacksonian Democracy has intrigued historiography whether they praise or criticise it in that its distinction […]
The twentieth century to the present has witnessed the rise of the United States from being a former […]
History essay on the Habsburg Empire by Alex Johnson
Behavioural essay dealing with the pervasive issue of pay gap by examining personality traits, labour practices, and possible non-intrusive policy solutions.
Sarcastic essay dealing with the transformative nature of policy-making environment in the age of social media, through the example of one of the orangest men to ever hold nuclear launch codes.