Following on from my blog looking at the potential economic implications of president elect Trump’s potential policies, in this blog, I will take a quick look at some of the potential social policies he intends to legislate during his time in office. As I said in my last post, the majority of the two-year long … Continue reading The end of the world? Nah…….
As things stand, the American economy enters a period of uncertainty. With Trump at the helm, nobody is quite sure exactly what will happen, how it will happen and who it will affect. In this blog, use the limited available information on economic policy the Trump administration has released, I have attempted to make sense … Continue reading The Trump-conomy
A lot of crazy stuff has happened this year. In March, 3 coordinated bomb attacks by ISIS, in Belgium, killed 32 and injured over 250. In June, the UK voted to leave the European Union in an attempt to forge its own economic future without the single market. Also in June, 50 party-goers were shot … Continue reading Why Trump Won………
This years American election was the most interesting and widely covered in history. This is partially because of the rise of social media platforms and the quick access to information through the internet, but it is also (and perhaps more worryingly) due to the quality of the candidates available. As an outsider to the American … Continue reading Clinton and Trump: How did it come to this?