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^^ For more articles and essays too, hit the link above ^^ Middle Eastern Studies student at the University of Exeter.

Separated at Birth: India and Pakistan

In Salman Rushdie’s panoptic novel Midnight’s Children, the character Tai claims that if you “put a gun in a Kashmiri’s hand… it will have...

Hilary Mantel’s ‘Wolf Hall’ Trilogy: recapping and anticipating

Oh, for a time when reading a novel about England breaking with Europe could be called escapism. The final triune of Hilary Mantel’s sensational...

2020 Presidential Hopefuls: Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren’s roots are in law and academia. Following the 2008 Financial Crisis, and the lack of ensuing regulation, Warren ran for the Senate...

A Case Against: Political Correctness

The purpose of this article is to rebut some views that have appeared in Exeposé over the past few weeks. A highly abridged version...

John McCain: Legacy of an American Hero

John McCain, who began a lifetime in the service of America as a navy pilot, and ended it as a five-term Republican senator, has...

Brexit, Northern Ireland & the DUP

Perhaps the most exhausted quotation in modern poetry is W.B Yeats: “Things fall apart, the centre cannot hold, mere anarchy is loosed upon the...

Zimbabwe’s Presidential Election

Even by post-colonial standards, Zimbabwe is a young country. Prior to 1980, the region was known as Southern Rhodesia after the British colonist Cecil...

Erdogan Elected Turkey’s First President

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is no longer just President of Turkey, but its Executive head of state. In becoming so, he has consummated the results...

The Manchester Arena Attack: one year on

It is an inescapable truth of news coverage that events closer to home garner greater attention than those in distant lands. The comedian Simon...

The United States Has Withdrawn from the Iran Deal: What Next?

When Donald Trump tweeted in early 2016, “the Iran deal is terrible”, few took him seriously. A little over two years on, Twitter is...