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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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[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 …
UKIP leader Nigel Farage

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 …
Breakfast and the Papers

We at the London Globalist are feeling a little bit worse for wear this morning having spent last night celebrating the return of Fresher’s Week at LSE. Whilst we obviously …