• The Conversation: Thoughts on Calais

    The Conversation: Thoughts on Calais

    To many people, myself included, the migrant (I use such a term incredibly loosely) crisis currently taking place across Europe has been viewed in a kind of abstract form and from a distance. For me, this changed on Monday morning when I travelled to Lille. Despite the horror stories, the actual journey on the Eurostar

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  • South Africa Xenophobia: A Menace to African Integration

    South Africa Xenophobia: A Menace to African Integration

    ”I dream of the realization of the unity of Africa. I dream of an Africa which is in peace with itself…” –(Nelson Mandela, National Geographic interview 2000) Emanuel Sithole, a Mozambican man brutally attacked to death by a couple individuals as they bludgeoned with a wrench and stabbed him with knives as he was walking

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  • Labour Pains

    The way the Labour Party is acting at the moment is painful to watch

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  • The Illusion of the Greek Referendum

    The Illusion of the Greek Referendum

    Since becoming a sovereign state, Greece has spent half of its existence in default, and even holds the record for the greatest duration spent in default by a government. Following the Greek legislative elections in January, the world has watched as the newly elected left-wing Syriza Party attempts to renegotiate the country’s debt with the

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