Through a series of events and luck the British Empire has been able to remain relevant in today's political landscape through the Commonwealth of Nations. Why was France unable to achieve such success with her colonial legacy?
A comprehensive review of Lukes' book 'Power: A Radical View' in which the essay seeks to uncover where power currently lies and indeed should lie in the UK.
Have international organisations seen their relevance increase post-1945 or do international institutions still remain second place to nation-states?
Through an analysis of Rousseau and Marx, this essay seeks to understand and strengthen Mill's defence of free speech.