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Events in Venezuela over the past week have added a new sense of urgency to the long-running crisis of the Maduro regime. In the midst of ever fiercer protests against …

When inquiring about typical utopian, or rather dystopian novels, one instantly thinks of Huxleys’ Brave New World and Orwell’s 1984. Yet, few know that We, written in 1923 by the …

No matter how many people attack his foreign policy choices during the Cold War era, Henry A. Kissinger, the former Secretary of State under Presidents Nixon and Ford, shaped some …

Sacrebleu! France is electing a new president! After five years of fiercely criticised and widely mocked «Hollandism» (do pity old François, he has suffered!), the French have the opportunity in …

How did Trump win? While there are many reasons behind his win, he was helped by thousands of automated social media accounts called botnets. Many of these pro-Trump social media …

On September 20th 2001, George W. Bush stood in the American congress and vowed to attack the “enemies of freedom” who hijacked two airplanes, flew them into the World Trade …

Walk into any bar or restaurant in many of the world’s big cities and the only clue to your location is language. Young people are the same whether they are …

United Nothing? If social media users around (and like) me seem to have woken up in the last months, its clear Assad has been making civilians’ lives unbearable for years, …

A Debate for our Time: The election of Donald Trump indicates a foreign policy shift in the most powerful country in the world; the latest in a series of dramatic …

AUTHOR: ALBA PATOZI, LSE 3RD YEAR BSC ECONOMICS Four months after the referendum to leave the European Union, Britain finds itself in turmoil and uncertainty. The latest figures show that …