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Vincent Chow, Editor-in-Chief

Vincent Chow, Editor-in-Chief

Vincent Chow is a 3rd year LSE Government student. Born in Hong Kong and currently living in the US, Vincent is interested in international affairs, democracy and morality.

Saturday’s attack in Mogadishu was the deadliest terrorist attack in Somalia’s history as well as one of the deadliest terrorist attacks anywhere in the world for many years. At least …

Which country are you from? I’m from Hong Kong. So you’re Chinese. No, I’m not. But isn’t Hong Kong in China? Yes, but they’re separate too. But you do have …

Living in Bankside during my first year at LSE on the southern bank of the Thames meant often walking along some of London’s most iconic bridges, as the university campus …

We know that the Russian government interfered in last year’s US presidential election. That is without question. What remains to be seen is whether the Trump campaign colluded with them. …

The newly founded LSE SU Human Rights Society has held two talks on the subjects of Islam, Sharia law and Human Rights. The talks featured two speakers who largely represent …

The discourse surrounding the issue of economic inequality typically features an unequivocal framing of the two opposing sides– the “haves” and the “have-nots”. In the West, this dichotomy often pits …

Last night, about 10,000 people from around London and the country made their way to Downing Street to voice their dismay over President Trump’s controversial executive order banning people from …

When I was 12-years-old, politics was fantastic, idealistic and uplifting. The year is 2008, and I vividly remember the tangible excitement around school as Obama edged closer and closer to …

Mark Carney delivered a speech to a packed Old Theatre yesterday evening alongside Nobel laureate Amartya Sen and President of the British Academy Lord Stern. The Governor of the Bank …

Yesterday, social media was abuzz with the news that a man and his friend were kicked off a Delta flight from London to New York City for simply speaking Arabic. …