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The Division of Sudan

In Southern Sudan, the Sudanese people voted 98.83% in favour of splitting from the North in the January referendum. From the past record of...

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...

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...

Big shoes to fill

The process is underway to find our new principal 

The gun law low-down

The deal with US gun laws On 14 December, 2012 the second-deadliest mass shooting in American history took place--a gunman murdered twenty-six people with an...

Seeking ‘SolidariTee’ in the fight for refugee rights

Last semester, The Saint’s Siobhan Ali explored the work of Refugee Action St Andrews (RASA) in their campaign for equal opportunities in accessing university...

Cameron’s latest speech divides Europe

The European Union (EU) has become a topic of lively debate following Prime Minister, David Cameron’s speech (23/01/2013) about holding a referendum in the...

Alex Salmond and the university that made him

How the First Minister’s fighting spirit was forged at St Andrews

Meet the Honourable Matthew Barzun

On 9 April, the University of St Andrews hosted the Honourable Matthew Barzun, United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. His lecture was titled...

In conversation with Dr Jasmine Gani

Dr Jasmine Gani joined the School of International Relations (IR) at St Andrews in September 2014. Her current work focuses on IR in the Middle East (particularly Syria) and the impact of colonial legacies on regional politics, society and ideas.