Trump is advocating protectionism, a word feared by liberal free marketeers for decades, so where will it lead us?
There surely can be little doubt that the standard of debate last year was abysmal, writes Scott M. Patterson.
Former first minister Alex Salmond spoke at the University of Stirling on Scotland’s place in Europe.
Shireen Mardani, a British-Iranian student at Stirling, describes her anger at the decision by Donald Trump to ban Muslims entering the USA.
Is Brexit the beginning of the end for the European Union? Politics editor Rebecca McCurdy thinks so.
Brig’s Jamie Grant analyses the dog’s dinner that is Brexit.
Pressing for a referendum off the back of Brexit is rushed, writes political editor Rebecca McCurdy.
Yes, you should. Turkish President Erdoğan is operating through odd and possibly dangerous strategies, but 2017 could see a lot more of it, writes political editor Angelo Bakoulas.
A Vice President of the National Union of Students has been caught in a bid to oust Malia Bouattia, according to a report by Middle East Eye.
Mexican-American student Sonia Pérez recalls her feelings following Secretary Clinton’s defeat.