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10 Books Every Politics Student Should Read

10 Books Every Politics Student Should Read

Every year, dozens of Politics books flood onto the market, but only a select few stand the test of time. This list of the ten books every Politics student should read span from 375 BC to 2012 AD, covering everything from political treatises and ethical reflections to...

10 Books Every Politics Student Should Read

Every year, dozens of Politics books flood onto the market, but only a select few stand the test of time. This list of the ten books every Politics student should read span from 375 BC to 2012 AD, covering everything from political...

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What Is British Parliamentary Style Debate?

What Is British Parliamentary Style Debate?

Regulated debates come in different forms, known as "styles", and each comes with its own set of rules and conventions. British Parliamentary Style debate is one of the more popular forms, based on debates in the British Parliament. It was first adopted by UK...

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7 Reasons to Go to a Debate Summer School

7 Reasons to Go to a Debate Summer School

The Oxford Scholastica Academy offers a variety of subject-specific residential summer courses, with our Debate and Public Speaking summer school being a consistently popular choice. Communication skills – like debating and public speaking – are highly valued in...

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What Was The League of Nations?

What Was The League of Nations?

What is the League of Nations? The League of Nations was the first global institution to be established in the modern world. Set up in 1920, it heralded a new era of international relations. Significantly, it vocally denounced war as a means of achieving a state’s...

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What Is the United Nations (UN)?

What Is the United Nations (UN)?

The UN, or United Nations, is an international, intergovernmental institution set up in 1945. This was after World War II caused the collapse of its predecessor, the League of Nations. Currently, the UN represents 193 of the world’s 196 sovereign states.Why Was the UN...

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Brexit: The Students’ Guide

Brexit: The Students’ Guide

If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what on earth a Brexit is, or been left frustrated by news articles that assume an existing level of knowledge on the subject, then this is the post for you! We’ve put together the ultimate students’ guide to Brexit, covering...

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