Terrorism Category

Weakened to the point of defeat?

Apologies for the lack of blogging but, in my defence, I have been busy – and writing too. I now write for The Student Journals; a few articles of mine should be appearing on their site soon, including a review of my time at the Edinburgh Fringe. It was also a nervous build up to […]

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A stunned France

As someone who is half French but lives in London, I was taken aback by the recent terrorist shootings in Toulouse. To me, this town is somewhere quaintly French, sunny, and famous for – well – sausages. For many, this is no longer the case. Two weeks ago, France was horrified by the shootings of […]

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Terrorism and multiculturalism – a frought war

I am currently in the depths of rural France, which is why I haven’t posted for a while. However, not much has happened for me to write about and I am very much missing my Economist subscription (incidentally there was a very good round up of the Arab¬†uprising in last week’s edition). ‘What?’ I hear […]

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