London School of Economics

 
​The world’s leading dedicated social science institution
​The world’s leading dedicated social science institution
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is the world’s foremost dedicated social science institution. The School has a global...
Qedani Mahlangu has support from Gauteng's ANC
Qedani Mahlangu has support from Gauteng's ANC
The African National Congress (ANC) in Gauteng has come out in defence of former Gauteng health MEC Qedani Mahlangu after media reports alleged...
Ratty rituals turn students off rugby
Ratty rituals turn students off rugby
Bizarre university rituals — including having to fish dead rats out of buckets — are contributing to a dramatic drop-off in the number...
Germany on guard against election hacks, fake news
Germany on guard against election hacks, fake news
As the clock ticks down to elections Sunday, Germany's cyber defence nervously hopes it'll be third time lucky after Russia was accused of meddling...
Today's philanthropist, tomorrow's tyrant
Today's philanthropist, tomorrow's tyrant
The London School of Economics rarely finds itself in the same company as Nelly Furtado. However, like the Canadian singer, its relationship with...
Booker's giant-killing long list
Booker's giant-killing long list
Judges for this year's £50 000 Man Booker literary prize threw one of the most remarkable surprises in its 39-year history by disregarding...
'Failure' of land reform should be seen in context
'Failure' of land reform should be seen in context
In Lungisile Ntsebeza's Polokwane Briefing ("Address...
China's Africa push: Who stands to benefit?
China's Africa push: Who stands to benefit?
China's push into Africa is prompting growing interest over Beijing's motives in the world's poorest continent, with opinion divided over who...
EU jamboree seeks fresh start, but Africa looks east
EU jamboree seeks fresh start, but Africa looks east
Kings, queens, presidents, prime ministers, eurocrats and countless diplomats from 80 countries will mingle on Friday evening at a sprawling...
A new Cold War? We're yet to adjust to the old one ending
A new Cold War? We're yet to adjust to the old one ending
There were tears and sweat aplenty in Moscow's Luzhniki stadium on Wednesday, but barely any blood. English fans kept calm. Russia's police avoided...
Dalai Lama talks unlikely to bring success
Dalai Lama talks unlikely to bring success
China's offer to hold talks with aides to the Dalai Lama is unlikely to bring a breakthrough on Tibet, experts cautioned on Saturday, saying it was...
Stormy end to Kenyan election campaigns
Stormy end to Kenyan election campaigns
Kenyan police fired teargas to disperse stone-throwing supporters of the country's main presidential contenders on Monday after the candidates made...

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