Unfinished Ambition: The Obama Legacy at Home

By Jono Davis  Undergraduate International Relations Student Barack Obama: the 44th President of the United States, the fifteenth Democratic president and most markedly the first African-American president, but also a name that can create emotions of both elatedness and utter disgust. Whilst all presidents create and command their own unique versions of America, Obama’s tenure…

And There Were Eight: Life After Scalia

By William Goodall Correspondent, International Relations Undergraduate Student On 13 February, United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, was found dead at age 79. The longest serving justice on the Supreme Court, Scalia was appointed by former President Ronald Reagan and served for 29 years. While often criticized by liberals for his hard-line conservative stance and almost…