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Islamic State defeat in Iraq
Driven out of Hawija: Is the Islamic State down-and-out in Iraq?
Portugal, kettlemag
What it means to be Portuguese
An insight into what it feels like to be Portuguese in the present day, something that isn't found in your typical travel guide.
Justin Trudeau, feminism, Canada, world, Stephanie Hallson, Kettle Mag
Justin Trudeau's impact on gender equality
Justin Trudeau is a self-proclaimed feminist and Stephanie Hallson looks in to whether he has lived up to this claim.
Sales of Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four surge in light of Donald Trump's Presidency staff
Are we about to see Nineteen Eighty-Four become a reality?
Kettlemag Sophie Cowling Drones
Drones - for better or for worse?
With the increasing number of drones being used during war, many ethical and technical questions have arisen as a result. Can the reduction in troop deaths and increase in surveillance ability really outweigh the negative effects of an unmanned vehicle?
Kettlemag Calum Henderson US alternative candidates
US election 2016: are there alternatives to Clinton and Trump?
This year's candidates for the White House are officially the most disliked in history, so are there any alternatives out there to which the long-suffering American voters can turn?
The White House, politics, world, United States, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
America's presidential convention season
Alex Veeneman analyses the Republican and Democratic presidential conventions, as well as their prominence in American political culture.
Kettlemag Oscar Pistorius sentencing
"A fallen hero": The Sentencing of Oscar Pistorius
A look at the events leading up to Oscar Pistorius's final sentencing and its international media reaction
Hillary Clinton speaking at a rally
In historic moment, Hillary Clinton becomes Democratic Presidential Nominee
96 years after women in the United States were given the right to vote, a women will appear on a major party ballot as the presidential nominee.
Donald Trump, journalism, media, United States, Laura Davis, KettleMag
Why US journalists are stumped by Trump
Laura Davis assesses America's media coverage of Donald Trump and of the election itself.