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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 …

Around 10,000 people made their way to Downing Street last night in protest at President Trump’s executive order which bans people travelling from seven Muslim-majority countries, as well as PM …

The governor of the Bank of England has outlined the problems facing the UK in the near-future and the role that the central bank of which he heads can play …

Author: Gah-Kai Leung The London Globalist hosted its flagship event of the term on Wednesday evening: a screening of “The Great European Disaster Movie”, a 90-minute drama documentary set in …

Author: Kanan Parida The inaugural event for the London Globalist, ‘Pessimistic and Bleak News- What realistic hopes can we have for the future?’ was held on Thursday 15th October. The panel …

On Tuesday 10th February, the LSE campus was filled with security, rumours and excitement for the opening of Europe’s first academic Centre for ‘Women, Peace and Security’. Ensconced within the …

So much of history has been defined by the protest and the 21st century has not been short of popular uprisings. From the Hong Kong Umbrella movement, to the failure …

Members of the LSE community pushed officials to expand the scope of an action plan meant to address outcry over incidents with the rugby and football teams in a town …

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić struggled to keep attention focused on his reform agenda at a presentation at the London School of Economics on Monday – in the face of …

Once again the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) emerges victorious at the 11th General elections of the world’s largest diamond producing country, Botswana. With an outstanding track record of peaceful, free, …