Thursday, January 27, 2022
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Bernie Sanders, the hero we need but don’t deserve

The former presidential candidate is popular not because he is a populist, but because he addresses the real economic and social issues voters care about

The internet rules international relations

Katherine Pye outlines the influence of the internet revolution on global politics.

“A maelstrom of violence and destruction”

John Mainland discusses the past, present, and future of the complicated conflict in the war for Syria

A rhetorical revolution on Trump?

Ethan Croft explores the academic discussion of Donald Trump's election and administration

Jess Phillips: If Trump can be president, I can be leader...

One of Britain's most popular and controversial backbenchers talks to Tony Diver about her journey to the Commons, the Labour Party and the future for student politics

‘The Parisian’ is a barrier to progressive fashion

William Hosie criticises the conservative approach to fashion and politics in modern France

My date with Theresa May

Charlotte Tosti imagines sitting down to talk biscuits and Brexit with the Prime Minister

Oxford students to run for Council positions

Students will be running for seats in divisions including Abingdon East and Cowley

Yangon University is modelled on Oxford, but there are no dreaming...

Mia Millman explores the history of university in Burma and imagines life without education

Oxford reacts to snap election as long-serving Labour MP resigns

Applications open for Andrew Smith's Oxford East seat, while Lib Dems hope to take Oxford West from Conservatives