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Colonial Memories Re-Ignited: In Producing the Streets and Rhodes, One Stone Remains Unturned

By Julian Shaw, King’s College London

Every day people walking past Oriel College on High Street in Oxford are confronted with a statue of Cecil Rhodes; a man heavily involved in the creation of enforced racial segregation in South Africa. 668 more words

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Sanders and Clinton in Iowa

In our last post, we spoke briefly about some of the geographical aspects of the Caucuses and how the results might be interpreted. Using the same maps published by the New York Times… 47 more words


Rubio in Iowa

We have made it to and through the Iowa Caucuses! The major media machine has many things to talk about, and we here at DAI: US Elections & Political Science… 282 more words


"Conflicts in South Asia Will Go On and On"

That is the title of my recent article (pdf) on the long-term effects that the British partition of its Indian colony has had on South Asia. 167 more words


How to split up California?

The idea of splitting up California has been previously discussed on NOL (see here, here, and most recently). In this post I wish to consider how California could be split up. 652 more words


Arsonists, Booing, and Blaming the Weather: Diversity and Revealing Everyday Behaviour

By Julian Shaw, King’s College London

The Independent recently published a story about a Christmas Eve arson attack on a hotel for asylum seekers in the German town of Schwäbisch Gmünd. 774 more words

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