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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Internship notes

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

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...

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...

Mobilise the youths: an alumna checks in

"Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is...

Elections 2011: Who will you vote for?

The Scottish elections may be upon us, but for the past few weeks, campaigning seems to have barely made a dent amongst the St...

Review: the St Andrews Foreign Affairs Conference: ‘War on Terror: What...

Taylor Carey reviews the FAS’ academic conference, featuring an impressive array of speakers

Who will you vote for?

The rosettes are being proudly worn, the placards are attached to the lampposts, the leaflets are filling up our mailboxes. Yes, you guessed it,...

No Alternative Facts: Science in the Era of Fake News

In this article, Deputy Features Editor Tas Vamos explores how our perception of science, objective facts, and universal truths has changed as a result of the constant barrage of fake news.

Ibrahim Award fails to gain winner

It has recently been announced that the Mo Ibrahim Award for excellent African leadership will go unclaimed in 2012. Why, you ask? As Ibrahim...

Margaret Thatcher: the makings of a politician (1925-1959)

Margaret Thatcher, the Grocer’s Daughter, the Iron Lady, has passed from this world to the next. The political colossus of the 1980s has been...