Frances Williams observes that, even in the midst of pandemic, politicians in Wales and Westminster are not above a dirty blame game
Unhappiness threatens our democracies: the data proves it
We will see the continued rise of populism unless we ditch the GDP obsession and change tack to wellbeing economics, argues Duncan Fisher
Europe: Collaborate or Collapse
Rhys David reports from a recent RSA talk by Dr Ian Kearns, ‘Can the EU Survive in the Age of Trump?’
Phil Swan explores what the features of Generation Z mean for entrepreneurship in Wales
The Historic Challenge of 2018
William Powell explores challenges in the year ahead
Geraint Talfan Davies reflects on the future colour of UK passports announcement
Protecting place names- lessons from Seattle
Daf Prys considers the wider ramifications of the Welsh Assembly’s rejection of the Historical place names Bill, and looks at how place names have been preserved in Seattle, USA
The power of change: President Trump’s inauguration and the Women’s March
Laura Emily Dunn gives her on the ground account of recent events in Washington DC.
Ten Consolations on the Inauguration of Donald J. Trump
John Winterson Richards looks on the bright side of Donald Trump’s imminent Inauguration.