This op-ed presents only the opinion of the author and is not an endorsement from the McGill Journal of Political Studies, nor the McGill Political Science Students’ Association. I’m addicted More
The Supreme Court of America is meant to check the power of the President and the legislature, and to act as a neutral judge of the constitutionality of law in More
In April 2018, a doctored video of a child being kidnapped circulated India through the Facebook-owned messaging platform Whatsapp. As a result of this video, at least 25 people have More
As we look back at the most important headlines of 2017, it is important to look at events that stand in contrast to previous trends and will have a lasting More
A special election in Pennsylvania has dominated the news cycle for the past week. The election was extraordinary in several ways. Firstly, the Democratic candidate ran on a centrist, bipartisan More
Portraits have been an important part of the American presidency since Senator William Bingham commissioned the 1796 painting of George Washington that would later serve as a model for the More
A comparative analysis of the rise of nationalism in Europe.
In the fall of 2017, several Hollywood actresses spoke out about their experiences with sexual harassment and assault in the industry, prompting women around the world to respond, “me too.” More