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By Shanice Khoo Love and nationalism both exist for the purpose of harmonious living, both may be watered-down into a checklist of factors, and...

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By Shanice Khoo Love and nationalism both exist for the purpose of harmonious living,...

The Brainchild Festival is happening in July. Find out more and join the event...

Friday the 20th of February 2015 marked the commemoration of the World Day for...

By Julia Wacket One of the most famous, but also most secretive family-run multinationals...

The Beaver has exclusively been talking to those at the heart of the now...

Whilst writing this article, I had to balance two very difficult concerns. On the...

by Sam Barnett Many people not directly connected to the Arab-Israeli conflict by blood,...

by LSESU Palestinian Society Committee Israeli Apartheid Week exists to raise awareness surrounding the daily...

David Blunkett, prominent backbench Labour MP and former Education and Home secretary, is standing...

I could reel off a long list of reasons, I really could. But fundamentally,...

On 11 February 1965 LSE’s Old Theatre was packed to listen to Malcolm X; on...

By Will Mitchell During the Michaelmas Term, myself and other members of The LSE...

By Ellen Lees LSE, like 460 universities around the world, are in the pocket...

By Benedict Hughes Last Thursday morning after lengthy talks in Belarus the leaders of...

Togo, officially known as the Togolese Republic, is a country in West Africa bordered...

By Jon Allsop I understand that it is (or at least used to be)...

By Jade Jackman The unveiling of LSE’s Centre for Women, Peace and Security, revealed more...

By Martha Petrocheilos Greece has managed to become Angela Merkel’s ultimate nightmare; one could say...

By Mika Morissette (Image courtesy of Mike Stout) Even wonder what the future has...

By Joe Walters The relationship the rich have with taxes has been on centre...

We talk about the madness of LSE quite often. We might apply for an...

To coincide with the 100 day countdown to the General Election, UKIP last week...

The recent and, in the view of many, rather pathetic toing-and-froing between the Labour and...

by Aiden Hepworth I would like to take this opportunity to make a confession....

Is is undeniable that tax cuts are popular. From the middle ages, when princes...