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The anti-Politician: An afternoon with Anjali Ramanathan

The considerations of a would-be student politician. A student, who, despite being a self-declared introvert, has been thrust to the very top of student politics. President of the Christ Church JCR, candidate for the presidency of the Oxford Union -- Ramanathan wants to run things. 

Fringe or frontrunner? Eric Zemmour’s French Presidential candidacy explained

"Zemmour’s political ideologies is one of division, intolerance and discrimination, and his mere candidacy is a testimony of France’s fragile political landscape and its descent into populist demagogy."
Professor Dame Sue Black

St John’s College announce Professor Dame Sue Black as President-elect

Professor Dame Sue Black is a world-renowned forensic scientist who is currently the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Engagement at Lancaster University.

A Eulogy for America’s Postal Service

"This is a public and unadulterated attempt to sway the presidential election through suppressing postal voting."

Confusion and Chaos: The 2020 US Presidential Election Kicks Off

Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg set to top delegate counts amidst frustrating counting and technical issues As of three days after the Iowa caucus, the full results still...
The image shows Petro Poroshenko and Vladimir Zelensky engaging in a debate on the 19th of April 2019. They are in front of a blue background.

How Ukraine’s comedian-president is reshaping national identity

What is the future of Ukraine's wary yet hopefully electorate?

New College RONs JCR President

After two rounds of elections, Kendya Goodman was finally elected JCR president for next year.

First contested Union election in 5 terms

But 70% of candidates are men and 60% are privately educated

Joe Inwood elected new SU President

The student turnout was 17.6%, a decrease from last year

Final day of voting in Oxford SU president election

This year sees a three-way race for the presidency. Turnout currently stands under 20 per cent.