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Sego Le Stradic

Sego Le Stradic

Sego is a 2nd Year undergrad at LSE studying BSc International Relations and History.

The recent unrest in Iran during the first few days of this new year makes one marvel at the courage of a people who continue to march in the streets …

After interviewing several people around LSE campus for our latest #askLSE, I deemed it important to define precisely what feminism is. At its most basic, feminism is “the advocacy of …

Last summer, I spent about two weeks in Iran. For me, this experience is worth sharing because it was eye-opening in many ways. It essentially taught me to question over-simplistic perceptions …

In recent weeks, thousands of people in Germany have marched in protest against the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland), the far-right political party whose strong performance in September’s election gave them …

Going back to France for a month (allegedly dedicated to revisions), I found myself enthralled by the political climate of the presidential elections to come this Sunday. French news certainly …

When inquiring about typical utopian, or rather dystopian novels, one instantly thinks of Huxleys’ Brave New World and Orwell’s 1984. Yet, few know that We, written in 1923 by the …