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Monday, September 24, 2018

Sir Menzies Campbell: I will vote ‘No’ to independence

The chancellor of the University of St Andrews explains why the University will do better under the current system.

Crisis in Ukraine: Russia’s annexation of Crimea

The situation in Ukraine has rapidly become one of the 21st century’s defining challenges. The crisis will likely have major ramifications for Russia, Europe,...

Kerry takes international tour for action on climate change

Earlier this year, the United States and China released a joint statement in which both countries committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Steps that...

Al-Qaeda and the ISIS

Maximilian Curtis explains Al Qaeda's disassociation with the ISIS, an active militant group in Syria.

Scotland and same-sex marriage

“There are too many kids out there suffering from bullying, rejection, or simply being mistreated because of who they are. Too many dropouts. Too...

Scotland’s search for a currency

Recent developments in the referendum debate have centred on economics and money. Specifically, the question of which currency an independent Scotland would use has...

Ukraine on the brink of crisis

Amanda Blair outlines the most recent developments in the Ukraine and Russia and how these may shape the coming days

Bosnia in Crisis

The protest that began last Wednesday as a result of a factory closing in Tulza, Bosnia has set off a chain of anti-government protests...

The Scottish independence vote and St Andrews

This week The Saint launches a series of articles and interviews with leading decision-makers and experts to discuss the ramifications of independence for the University and its students

Spain remains a sharply divided country despite government efforts for improvement

As I write, the unprecedented appearance of the Spanish Infanta, Princess Cristina, in court in Palma, has taken place and the Spanish royal family finds itself once again...