Hello to all visitors and subscribers.
You will no doubt have noticed that this site is no longer being maintained or updated. Over time therefore the content has become less relevant. As a college lecturer I merely refer my students to this as a static resource and of course advise them that it cannot be relied upon without reference to other learning materials. Most of the current developments and issues in politics (relating to the options we cover at A2 which is route D global politics) as well as assignments are managed through google classroom, which of course needs to remain private to my institution and students. However the popularity of this blog has overwhelmed me and I feel duty bound to try to update this and keep it current so that it acts as an aid to your studies, whoever you are and wherever you are.
I am reconfiguring and relaunching the “blog” – which of course is not really a ‘blog’ – and this will take some time so please bear with me. The huge success of this blog (over 400,000 hits) and the sheer volume of requests I get for assistance and additional information require comments disabled functionality only because I simply would not be able to cope with the demand. If regular users have found this blog useful please let me know what you think about the blog reboot.
Thank you for your time and interest. Of all the comments received, many thousands in fact, they have been overwhelmingly very positive and supportive. I am trying to reboot and maintain it without creating an avalanche of extra work. Thank you for your patience during this process and thank you all for your overwhelmingly positive comments which have been kindly received.