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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The @KateKennedyClub, who caused a storm on Twitter with their parody...

A Humble Suggestion For preventing the proletarian students of St. Andrews from being a burden on their peers or the university, and for making them...

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...

The First Wives Club

China has a new president in Xi Jingping, and with him comes a new first lady.  Peng Liyuan, an iconic pop/folk-singer in her own...

An Issue for Everyone

Features editor Emma Freer speaks with the directors of this year’s St Andrews Foreign Affairs Conference about its theme: migration and displaced peoples

Web Exclusive: Interview with Occupy Wall Street Activist Yotam Moram

1. What is the organizational infrastructure of OWS? Do you think the massive expansion of OWS movements all over the world can lead to...

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...

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

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

A look back at the US Supreme Court’s landmark decisions this...

June 2013 has been a busy month for the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). Between 13 and 26 June, SCOTUS released rulings...

CO1002: We’ll Cry For You, Argentina

In this article, Deputy Features Editor Cate Hanlon delves into Argentina's troubled past through the lens our her CO1002 module's study of Argentina writer Antigona Furiosa.

Nuclear numpties

There have been 32 reported “near misses” of American nuclear devices over American soil. Eric Schlosser, the author of a new (five-week-old) book on...