Back in 2016, as Trump and Brexit tore across the western world, I was struggling to understand. Why had these forces become so powerful now? What were the campaigns doing which were proving so effective? Specifically, what were the losing campaigns - Remain and Hillary Clinton - not doing? Around the same time, I was [...]
As I recently wrote in my review of Doughnut Economics, an entire literary market - largely of the left-wing variety - has sprung up to capitalise on the post-economic crash confusion left in the wake of 2008. Academics, journalists and politicians are all racking their brains for big answers to even-bigger questions, praying that confounded [...]
A wee essay I wrote sometime in 2017, when I was in sixth form, on the divergent strands of feminism - because what the world needs is more men talking about women's rights. Enjoy!
A wee essay I wrote in January 2017, when I was in sixth form, on the relationship between conservatism and free-market capitalism - enjoy!
What's this? Another book review?
A few notes on the March For Our Lives in Washington, D.C, and across the globe, yesterday.
My review of that book about Obama that just came out