Tag Archives: International Politics.
Political History: British Non-Intervention in the Spanish Civil War
“How did Britain’s approach to Non-Intervention change during the Spanish Civil War?” For a civil war whose battlefields were confined to its own nation as a civil war the Spanish Civil War came to exasperate political and societal tensions among societies across Europe in the inter-war period. Due to the ideologically charged nature of the […]
Curtain Call for “The United Kingdom”?
We’re living through an interesting and potentially groundbreaking peroid of history at the moment with “The Arab Spring”, the very first African-American President of the United States taking and retaining office, the economic balance of power shifting eastwards, and seeing the biggest challenge to Capitalism since the Bolshevik Revolution and “The Great Depression” of the […]