Zarlush Zaidi

Writer and Editor at Res Publica
Zarlush was born and raised in Durham, England, before spending time in the United Arab Emirates. She later studied at the London School of Economics, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B, first class). She previously worked at the House of Lords and is currently training as a solicitor. Her interests lie in technology, UK and global politics, cybersecurity and intellectual property.

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Zarlush Zaidi

A World Without Illusions
A Promised Land is the 44th US President’s political bildungsroman.
Zarlush Zaidi
The Great British Break-Up
Can the United Kingdom survive another, far greater, constitutional crisis?
Zarlush Zaidi
Chomsky: “A Sharp Reversal Of Course Is Needed”
To Chomsky, the future of the human experiment lies in this generation’s hands.
Zarlush Zaidi
Are Trade Unions Still Relevant?
Trade unions must soul-search in order to survive the digital age.
Zarlush Zaidi
How Our Meritocracy Turned Tyrannical
The age of merit fuelled a populist revolt.
Zarlush Zaidi