In the context of the coronavirus crisis, Thomas Tiedje examines the ensuing housing crisis faced by the US in the ‘US Housing Apocalypse’. Meanwhile, Hayden Siratt evaluates alternatives to the two party system with particular reference to the US, in ‘Two Party or not Two Party’.
With the implications of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union in 2016 coming into fruition, John Lavelle considers which city will replace London as Europe’s financial capital in ‘Filling the Void’.
Offering an enquiry into the dynamite attack against Bolivia’s President-elect Luis Arce, Brynna Boyer poses the question: Is the Legitimacy of Bolivian Democracy in Danger? Meanwhile, Laura da Silva considers how African economies may mitigate the effects of climate change, by asserting The Importance of Sustainable Energy in Africa’s Climate Strategy.
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- The Importance of Sustainable Energy in Africa’s Climate Strategy by Laura da Silva
- Is the Legitimacy of Bolivian Democracy in Danger? by Brynna Boyer
- US Housing Apocalypse by Thomas Tiedje
- Filling the Void: How will Europe Replace London as the Capital of its Financial Sector? by John Lavelle
- ‘Two Party or not Two Party’: Alternatives to the Two-Party System by Hayden Siratt