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Moscow Metro
By Nina Moisan

From its inception in 1931, the Moscow metro was aimed to be ‘the best in the world’, despite the young USSR’s lack of expertise and machinery in the area of underground transportation. The metro’s construction seemed too unreasoned that workers saw it as supernatural. Through the achievement of such an ambitious and complex project, the metro became an emblem for Stalinism and with it, carried a hopeful narrative for the future of the USSR...

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Oranges in the Orient
By Yara Taha

The city of Jaffa, known in Arabic as ‘Bride of the sea /عروسه البحر is famed for its mesmerising coast and its history as Palestine’s hub of cross-regional and international trade during the 19th and 20th centuries. During this time, Jaffa was home to the most advanced commercial, banking, fishing, and agriculture industries of the region, accommodating a large number of factories from textiles to cigarette making...

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Liz Truss: What Went Wrong?
By Joanne MacInnes

“I am a fighter, not a quitter!” were the words of Liz Truss to the Leader of the Opposition in PMQs on October 19th 2022. But keeping in line with the pattern of U-turns made over her forty-five-day tenure as prime minister, the very next day she announced her intention to resign from office. In doing so, she broke not one, but two records; one as the shortest-serving prime minister in the history of the UK and second as the least popular prime minister in the history of polling...

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Midterms Reveal Republican Weakness
By João Santos

People from of all age brackets in red, blue, and purple states finally got to form long queues outside poll stations across the United States on Thursday the 8th November. Most polls projected a near-certain Republican victory with over 90% chance of flipping both the House of Representatives and the Senate. But, in the true American fashion, it could not have been so boring. While Republicans are still on a steady footing to control both congressional institutions, the results are too close for comfort, revealing the biggest weakness within the party...

Interviews
In Conversation with Bansith
By Tadhg Kwasi

This was one of my ideas. I am quite interested in mythology and folklore. That’s quite separate, but I like music and I like that, because it’s my main two sort of interests. Bansith is a different spelling from Banshee and I think it’s Celtic. When we decided our concept was going to be apocalypse, end of the world, the idea just came to me because Banshees in folklore scream to signify someone’s imminent death - which is depressing - but I thought for a concept that’s about the world ending and everyone dying then it sort of seemed to fit...

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In Conversation with Paul Party
By Tadhg Kwasi

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Neoliberalism & Landscape Planning
By Eliana Fitzmaurice

Neoliberal politics carves out pseudo-public urban landscapes, prioritising economics over democracy, producing cities that regulate behaviour, segregate, and neglect community. Situating Canary Wharf’s privately owned public space in its British, late-stage capitalist context and comparing it to the public space of Ancient Athens – democracy’s birthplace – highlights the link between government policy, urban public space, and the wellbeing of civic life...

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CRT and White Replacement Theory
By Tadhg Kwasi

It’s 2022 and the failed portions of America are still wilding out. Roe v Wade has been proposed to be repealed, replaced by propositions of archaic and absurd anti-abortion laws in numerous states. But after another anti-black mass shooting, what should’ve been correctly labelled terrorist attack, inspired by White Replacement Theory, it is time to analyse the panic over CRT (Critical Race Theory), and take a deep dive into what this all actually means...

Issue No.5

April 2023

Now released for April 2023, our fifth issue is available to order, with international postage available. Click below to find out more.

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