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  • The Silenced Voices of Kashmir amidst a Territorial Squabble

    In July this year, Indian forces killed a popular Kashmiri rebel leader named Burhan Wani. The action triggered the worst unrest Kashmir had seen in years, resulting in the deaths of over 90 people and injuries of thousands others, as well as creating widespread insecurity within the region. For India, the killing was a strategic move …

  • Around the Brexit Table

    Since the 23rd of June, Brexit coverage has been split between the immediate socioeconomic impacts of the vote, the broken pledges of the Leave campaign, and the lionising / demonising of key negotiators. This emotive tone comes naturally to the commentariat – ‘Bremainers’ and ‘Brexiteers’ are desperate for vindication having argued so fervently prior to …

  • Australia’s Identity Conflict: The Unseen Battle between Us and Them

    In today’s globally connected world, it’s easy to become another person in the crowd. As to not become lost in the sea of people, we gather together in groups of those with whom we identify. Identity groups are numerous; one rarely identifies in just one or two groups. Your identity can be defined by your …

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016 at 4:50pm
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Sunday, October 19th, 2016 at 8:54am
Today's #UPFlecture will be held by 3 members of the @pushsverige delegation going to #COP22 in Marrakech to put pressure on the politicians https://t.co/VafGQrWt1n

Sunday, October 19th, 2016 at 8:26am
RT @UPFLundWebzine: Today's article looks at the different stakeholders in the ongoing #Brexit negotiations! https://t.co/mtsAKYUq0s @upfl