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Tuesday, September 18, 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...

Innocence of Islam, a response

On July 1st of this year, the trailer of a film depicting the Islamic Prophet Mohammad as a womanizer, child molester, and murderer appeared...

Leymah Gbowee comes to St Andrews

She is the founder and president of the Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa

President Obama Attempts to Settle the Gun Debate with Camp David...

Earlier this month, The White House sought to end questions about President Obama’s experience with guns by releasing a photo of him skeet shooting...

French forces enter Mali

On 30 January French and Malian forces entered Kidal, a town in Mali 200 kilometres south of the Algerian border, liberating the last large...

Kate Kennedy Speaks

The Kate Kennedy Procession marched through town last Saturday; complete with men dressed in drag and ponies on parade. This procession is the crown...

The shutdown that didn’t affect Washington

Reflections from a former study abroad student now back at her home university in Washington. In Washington DC there was a wide range of reactions...

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

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

The Division of Sudan

  98.83% of the Southern Sudanese voted in favour of splitting from the North in the January referendum. From the past record of violence...

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...