Scott Davies is a freelance writer from Adelaide, Australia, with an interest in politics, history and culture. He holds a BA (Honours) in History and is currently studying a Master of Teaching (Secondary).

Articles by Scott Davies:

Mass Shooting in Texas Church Kills Dozens

At least 26 people confirmed dead after mass shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Wilson County, Texas. Attack occurred during mass on Sunday morning local time Texas Governor Greg Abbott says shooting was largest in state’s history Gunman not believed to be connected to terrorist groups At 11:30 am on Sunday November […] Read more

Why Has Venezuela’s Collapse Become An Overlooked Crisis?

The nation of Venezuela is headed toward economic and social collapse, yet there is little international attention being paid to the ongoing crisis. Venezuela’s economic and social crisis continues unabated. The decline started under the rule of Hugo Chavez in 1999 and accelerated upon his death in 2013.  Under the rule of successor Nicolas Maduro, […] Read more

Why the West Should Support an Independent Kurdistan

An independent Kurdistan would create a secular, pluralistic ally, and be a humanistic victory in protecting the rights of the Kurdish people Following the liberation of Mosul from the Islamic State (ISIS) in July, the push for independence once again surged in Iraqi Kurdistan. Shortly after the liberation of Mosul, Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) President […] Read more

Postal Ballots Sent Out Ahead of Australian Same Sex Marriage Vote

The long campaign to legalise same sex marriage in Australia is nearing its close and ballots for the non-binding, voluntary postal vote are being sent out. Following an unsuccessful challenge to its legality in the High Court of Australia last week, the same sex marriage postal vote was declared constitutional and able to proceed. Ballots […] Read more