Donald Trump

Not Alright Now: Music and Political campaigning

The controversy engendered by Donald Trump’s music choices during his political campaigning sheds light on the issue of copyright’s moral rights which this piece will address in order to assess what rights, if any, artists have over their work being used for such purposes, argues Nick Scharf. The recent controversy surrounding Donald Trump’s use of […]

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Who won the referendum?

Alan Finlayson argues that Brexit should be seen as a series of different responses to globalisation. As always, once the people have spoken, the people has to work out what they were saying, to whom, how and why. Consequently, there are hundreds of interpretations out there including a confusing array of numbers and charts and […]

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We must localise the EU and curb corporate power- but does that mean in or out?

The EU referendum debate is taking place between different wings of the corporate elite, dominated by assumptions in favour of big business, free trade and endless economic growth, write Helena Norberg-Hodge, Rupert Read & Thomas Wallgren. But to vote for a sustainable future we must adopt a very different, local perspective- one you’ll never find […]