2013 Winter Edition

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Syria and the International Sphere – Is there any hope?

Syria and the International Sphere – Is there any hope?

Wednesday 8 January 2014 - Kesiena Yembra

Horrific scenes of bloody children, obliterated cities and mourning families present a devastating but often commonplace image in world news today. The Middle East has been plagued with revolu- tion, uprising and civil war in recent years as people begin to realise their rights and protest for better treatment and the removal of autocratic leaders. […]

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What does the world know about you?

What does the world know about you?

Sunday 8 December 2013 - Amy Davies

Technology plays an increasingly dominant role in everyday life – from day to day communication to networking and career development, the internet has become an integral medium without which we would struggle to function. As young people who have grown up alongside these advances, we are in a particularly strong position to maximise the opportunities […]

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Politics, “Cypriot” Delight and Fugitives: A Perspective from a Non-Recognised State

Politics, “Cypriot” Delight and Fugitives: A Perspective from a Non-Recognised State

Sunday 8 December 2013 - Freya Claydon

On April 24th 2004 the best chance Cyprus had of reunification was lost. United Nations (UN) Secretary General Kofi Annan’s referendum for the reunification of the island, and thus joint accession to the EU, was ripped to shreds. 76% of Greek Cypriots voted against the proposal, after a calling from Greek Cypriot leaders to reject […]

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