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It has been 10 years since the Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth was released which spread the scientific consensus on human-caused global warming. However, whilst the average citizen may have …

If you ask me if I care about Putin, my answer will be no. If you ask me if I care about Obama, my answer will still be no. If …

Good Morning all. Zambia’s president died on Tuesday night, after receiving treatment at the King Edward VI in London. Michael Sata, alternatively known as ‘King Cobra’, was 77. This occurred …

The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa has claimed close to 5,000 lives. The UN predicts up to 10,000 new cases per week could soon be witnessed. World Bank president …

It is by no means a secret that we at The Globalist do love a global debate. As a society we aim to provide a platform for discussion of the …

Taking the country to war is the most serious decision that any government will ever make. A decision for war involves placing British service personnel into life-threatening situations, as well …

Kyrgyzstan is a country at a crossroads. The Kyrgyz public has thrown out its governments by mass protest twice in the last ten years, and may well to do so …

Twenty-three percent of young people in the UK currently blame the media for the creation of anti-Islamic sentiments, and after watching Bill Maher’s HBO show last week, it is easy …

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Inevitably, when deciding which plan of action would be best to employ against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), it will be difficult to isolate recent …

Politically uniformed voters have just as much power at the ballot box as those supposedly ‘in the know’. To ignore this basic fact is to underestimate the ‘rule of the …