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AUTHOR: MICHAEL McHARDY, LSE, DRAMA SOCIETY I, unlike most people, was privileged enough to grow up with an identical twin (According to the careers advisor this doesn’t technically count as …

Authors: Margaux Tharaux and Naeem Amarsy (Vice-President, The London Globalist) We are no drama experts, however, eager to explore London’s theatre scene, we decided to see Oil, a play currently performed …

Author: Will Butterworth, Frequent Contributor “Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that …

AUTHOR: ANUPRIYA JAIN, MSc ORGANISATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, LSE With a bowed head, Prince Ram left his father’s room and set out towards the forest with his wife and brother, both of …

Author: Naeem Amarsy, Vice-President, The London Globalist Ancient Greece is historically seen as an intellectually rich period, which framed the origins of Western political and cultural values. Ideas like democracy, …

Aspiring young journalists gathered at the London School of Economics on Saturday, for the London Globalist’s inaugural ‘Journalism in Action Conference 2014’. A refreshing break from student life, the event …

History has often and will continue to ascribe an “untouchable” status to many political figures. In the USA, to question the deified Washington, Jefferson or even Lincoln is to assault …

Describing itself as “a prize for excellence”, the Ibrahim Prize was established in 2007 by Sudanese telecoms billionaire Mo Ibrahim. It rewards African leaders that fit its criteria of excellent …

The London Globalist would like to ask for your help to raise money for The School Fund Charity which is dedicated to providing opportunity for poor students around the world …