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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Politics of a Feminist Conference

It may not seem like the most exciting way of spending Reading Week, but sitting in a room with several hundred feminists was an...

Berlusconi condannato

Late last month, a Milanese court convicted former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to four years in jail for tax fraud, the details of...

The Principal: Three Years On

Going into this interview, I did not know what to expect at all. To be honest, I was feeling a little intimidated by the...

Arab Spring & Wall Street Fall

In my New England boarding school, we had a ‘Free Speech Box’, a wooden-framed 1x2 foot box—with a lock. All content displayed in the...

President Rouhani of Iran signals thawing with West

Following eight years of international controversy and domestic turmoil under the reign of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's recent elections may indicate a forthcoming era...

2012 US Presidential Summer Outlook

With the remaining Republican Presidential rival dropping out last week, Mitt Romney is now the undisputed Republican nominee for the President of the United...

European Movement question time on Scottish independence

With elections for the European Parliament rapidly approaching, the European Movement took some time to host a question time about the upcoming independence referendum and specifically Scotland’s relationship with the...

A little French treasury secret

In an interview with the London-based New African Magazine last year, Mamadou Koulibaly, former president of the Ivorian National Assembly, and also Finance member...

Scotland’s search for a currency

Recent developments in the referendum debate have centred on economics and money. Specifically, the question of which currency an independent Scotland would use has...

The staggering effects of the US government shutdown

On 1 October 2013, the United States government partially shut down after Congress failed to pass a budget for the 2014 fiscal year. Without...