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  • INTERNATIONAL

    Comfort Women: An Untold History

    Holly Pittaway argues for more education and awareness of the history of Japan's comfort women

    Written by Holly Pittaway on 14th December 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Jamal Khashoggi and Western Hypocrisy

    The western criticism of the murder of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi is hypocritical argues comment's Holly Pittaway

    Written by Holly Pittaway on 6th December 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Laissez-Faire Language Learners

    As a whole, the British population are lazy and consistently exhibit a laissez-faire attitude towards learning languages, argues Alice Macfarlane

    Written by Alice Macfarlane on 4th December 2018

    DEBATE

    A Blue Ripple Leaves a Blue Mood

    Comment Writer Tom Moran explains why the results of the recent US Midterm are more of a blue ripple than a blue wave

    Written by Tom Moran on 12th November 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Good Leader, Bad Man?

    Comment writer Jonathan Korn explores the extent to which bad people can be good leaders, and the moral complications that accompany this

    Written by Jonathan Korn on 3rd November 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Improve Menstruation Education, Period

    Comment writer Eleanor Martin outlines the importance of a gender inclusive approach to menstrual health education

    Written by Ellie Martin on 23rd October 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Brett Kavanaugh Is No Joke

    Turning Brett Kavanaugh into a comedic figure only serves to undermine the case against him, argues Deputy Editor Kat Smith

    Written by Kat Smith on 14th October 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Moral Loopholes of YouTube

    Comment editor Nataila Carter explores the moral ambiguity of Youtube, and how over exposure to stranger's lives can negatively impact our own

    Written by Natalia Carter on 3rd October 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    The Darker Side of Delhi

    Upon her recent trip to Delhi, Comment Writer Jadzia Samuel reflects on the ingrained sexual violence against women across India

    Written by Jadzia on 10th September 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Liberal Hypocrisy Over the Death Penalty is Beyond Parody

    Liberal anger over Sajid Javid's decision to allow the possible execution of two Islamic State militants is dangerously misplaced, argues Comment Writer Harpreet Pannu

    Written by Harpreet Pannu on 15th August 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Pressing Issues: Donald Trump and Global News Journalism

    News Editor Tom Leaman discusses whether President Trump's continued attacks on the media threaten the accuracy and freedom of the global press.

    Written by Tom Leaman on 8th August 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Can NATO’s Deterrence Work With New Definition Of War?

    Comment Writer Tom Moran argues that whilst NATO has now begun to protect its own interests, it must display more willingness to act against hybrid warfare

    Written by Tom Moran on 28th July 2018
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