The Oxonian Globalist
The Oxonian Globalist is a foreign affairs magazine produced entirely by students at the University of Oxford.
It can be difficult to gauge the balance between making university places accessible but also maintaining their value – here’s how Singapore does it University degrees are a strange commodity. [...]
The Nile: There Won’t Be Enough for Everybody Is the post-revolution change in Egyptian leadership bringing about a shift in foreign policy towards the nations of the Nile Basin? The [...]
The Maldives’ Former President is Not About to Go Quietly In the European mind, the Maldives is a tranquil island paradise of exotic settlements and sun-kissed beaches. In February 2012, [...]
There is an old folk song from Uttar Pradesh, India, which beseeches God to protect the supplicant from a monumental injustice. The mournful tune goes, “O, God, I beg of [...]
The emergence of Boko Haram reflects the internal failures of Nigeria’s government
The Arab Spring uprisings have triggered notable shifts throughout republican Arab states. The story in the Gulf monarchies, however, is starkly different. The Gulf Monarchies are, for the most part, [...]
The rise of the Far-Right Front National movement in France
International policy makers should keep in mind the dangers of ignoring the state of the Korean health system.
Despite the widespread opposition, however, it remains likely that similar legislation will still be considered
Politicians and advocates frequently criticise the state for treating Arabs as “second-class citizens.”
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