What is the future for Exeter? Megan Davies sits down with the Vice-Chancellor and Provost to find out more. It would be an understatement to say the last 17 years have been eventful for Sir Steve Smith. The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, (incidentally, one of the most influential figures in the higher education […]
An interview with Aaron Bastani about his new book Fully Automated Luxury Communism.
Clarissa Aurielle reports on the shocking reports of public executions in North Korea and examines how the country’s human rights abuses may undermine their foreign policy.
Oxfam, once famed for its commitment to safeguarding the most vulnerable populations, has been hit by a damning report following allegations of sexual misconduct by its aid workers following Haiti’s devastating earthquake in 2010. In the report by the Charity Commission, Oxfam was found to have failed to disclose child abuse allegations, including evidence of […]
Theseus Stefanatos reports on the recent Conservative race for No.10 and examines the campaigns of all the top candidates.
Adam Robertson Charlton analyses the social and political turmoil in Sudan, and explores the failures of Western foreign policy in Africa.
Foreign Correspondent Coordinator, Maddie Baker, discusses her impression of Portugal after travelling around the country for two weeks. Despite the growing tourist industry, she believes that Portugal retains its vibrant culture.
Emma Hussain reports on the controversy surrounding Alabama’s recent abortion ban and explores the wider ramifications.
Foreign Correspondent in Germany, Emma Wallace, explores in detail how you can deal with loneliness on your year abroad and gives examples of her and her friends’ strategies to overcome these “study abroad blues”.
Foreign Correspondent Coordinator, Maddie Baker, takes a look at the new Ukrainian president and what his unconventional rise to power may have in store for Ukrainian politics.