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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Labour party conference concludes in Brighton

The party conference season undoubtedly marks the zenith of Britain’s political calendar. Last week, it was Ed Miliband’s turn to enjoy the media limelight. From...

Protests in Ukraine reveal tensions between the EU and Russia

For the past three months, Ukrainians have been on the streets toppling Soviet monuments and firing Molotovs at riot police. The situation involves eastern...

Tuition Fees and Budget Cuts: how will they affect St Andrews?

Eilidh Beaton discusses how the current government decisions will affect students in St Andrews and across Scotland

Internship notes

From her law firm desk, Jessica Yin writes on the continued breakdown of race relations across the US Justice System

Iran and the Space Monkey

Late last month, Iran announced that their space program successfully sent a monkey into space. Riding the rocket called “Pishgam,” the monkey was sent...

The White House defends policy on drones

This past week the United States Department of Justice released a sixteen-page memo defending the Obama Administration’s targeting of Al Qaeda operatives through drone...

Housing benefit reform under the spotlight

The Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government has announced that it intends to change the eligibility criteria for housing benefit, a means-tested aid for those living...

Honouring the legacy of Nelson Mandela

Cyprien Pearson reflects on Nelson Mandela's life and legacy

Human rights called into question as UK arms Sri Lanka

In mid-February it was recently confirmed that over £2 million worth of arms - from ammunition and pistols to shotguns and assault rifles -...

Can the future of journalism be found in Ezra Klein’s news...

Popular blogger Ezra Klein had made a name for himself at the Washington Post’s Wonkblog by contextualizing current events and offering a level of...