What the UK election means for Brexit and America

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons Written by: Charles Hankla Despite the many distractions of a full news cycle, it’s time to start paying closer attention to Thursday’s elections in the U.K. Much has changed since U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May stunned the world in April by calling for snap elections. For starters, after the two recent terrorist…

Blog: The Politics of Shame

Written by: Chayya Syal Image source: https://www.pinterest.com There many things that come with being a person of South Asian descent. The vast majority of us descend from a rich and vibrant heritage, a different personal history, stories of immigration, struggle and eventual success. There are even more things which link South Asians, regardless of where…

Theresa May has clout to last as PM – if she can contain Brexit economic fallout

Written by: Matthew Francis It has become popular to assume that Theresa May, Britain’s new prime minister, has survived the wreckage of Brexit by virtue of “not being a shambles”. The thinking seems to be that May sat back while her rivals for the Conservative Party leadership eliminated themselves one-by-one. George Osborne was too closely associated…