Ukraine Category

The fickle media

The news this summer has been particularly grim; ebola has ravaged Western Africa,¬†massacre has ranged from Ukraine, to Iraq, to Israel-Palestine. These events have rightly dominated the front pages and news bulletins, accompanied by haunting photos of the civilians caught up in them – a little girl in a Gazan hospital, a young boy forced […]

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Punish Putin – really

Over the past two weeks, I spent six days doing work experience at the Week. The magazine aims to give readers a summary of the week’s news and what the national and foreign media had to say on it, and so I spent many hours scouring the web’s top blogs for any interesting editorial content. […]

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What do you want, Putin?

I shouldn’t be writing this. Exams are just around the corner and I haven’t so much as dented revision. I really should be reading a textbook (doesn’t Using Political Ideas sound perfect for late-night perusal?) or going through lecture notes, consolidating knowledge – what knowledge? – or doing something vaguely productive. But hey, it’s Sunday […]

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