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Measuring impact and success in journalism is a particularly difficult task. However, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try to evaluate our work and see how it has affected our audience …

SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER We are looking to recruit aspiring writers, reporters, journalists and cartoonists to be a part of our growing current affairs publication. Furthermore, our editorial team are …

Authors: The London Globalist Editorial Team For the third and final presidential debate, we stayed up until 3:30am so that you wouldn’t have to. With a bevy of beverages and …

Author: The LSESU Near Eastern Studies Society (NESS) Research Team The LSESU Near Eastern Studies Society (NESS) Research team asked 1.6 % of the LSE student population to complete a 29 …

Author: Paul Jeffries, Global Scholar at American University’s School of International Service, specializing in International Political Economy. Follow him on Twitter, @MonsieurPaulJ Disclaimer: This article previously appeared in the World Mind vol. I …

AUTHOR: PAUL JEFFRIES; GLOBAL SCHOLAR AT AMERICAN UNIVERSITY (FOCUSING ON INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY); CURRENTLY STUDYING ABROAD AT SCIENCES PO PARIS No! How anti-climactic, right? The next President of the United …

The budget delivered by George Osborne on the 16th of March 2016 sparked controversy, but one of the less discussed aspects of it was climate. This point is, however, crucial, …

Author: Paul Price, Jr. , The London Globalist Frequent Contributor Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan’s speech urging Americans not to “accept ugliness as the norm” was a sharp contrast to …

Blurred Lines? Popular Culture and World Politics The London Globalist is delighted to invite you to our 3rd Annual Conference at the London School of Economics (OLD.4.10) on Saturday 12th …

Author: Paul Price, Jr. After the 2013 US Supreme Court decision in McCutcheon v. FEC declared unlimited donations to Super PACs constitutional, American liberals feared for the life of their …