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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.

“I cannot stay silent and I cannot live while the remnants of the Polish Jewry are dying.” – Szmul Zygielbojm, 1943 According to the Genocide Convention, genocide means “acts committed …

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 …