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"All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent" - Edmund Burke
Geopolitical events may seem abstract and far away when watched on the news, but in the age of globalization their impacts can reach across the world. Who knew a small protest movement in the heart of Kiev would, in just a few short months, change the map of Eastern Europe? Earlier last month brave men and women gave their lives on the Maidan protesting ...
“The monsters are gone."
"I killed the monsters. That's what fathers do" - Fiona Wallace
As a student, especially an international student, I live in many worlds simultaneously. There is the student world (known alternatively as the Durham bubble) and my world back home. This week, here in the North of England, my two worlds came face to face as my dad visited Durham.
Having spent the weekend together in London, I ...
... how life can change in the blink of an eye, and emphasises even further that you never know what's around the corner, and why it's so important to make the most out of the very short & unpredictable time we have. Albeit Macey was 'just a dog', but regardless of how she existed on this planet she certainly brought a lot of happy memories, and was a key part to many peoples lives. I will certainly miss her. On another less traumatic note I'm quite undecided as to when I ...
... the Woodcock, and traveled from London to Edinburgh. It was withdrawn to be sold as scrap and was saved and preserved by the Canadian Railroad Historical Association.
Sir Nigel Gresley was the chief engineer for the London Northeastern Railway when he designed the A-4 class locomotives. He also designed the A-1 class which included the Flying Scotsman, the first passenger train to travel more than 100 miles an hour.
... or Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) negotiating the creation of a new UN disaster relief department in the 1970's. I got to play the diplomat from the USSR, which as any of you who know me well will know I enjoyed profoundly. We were instructed to stay in character for pretty much the whole day, meaning that even our tea and lunch breaks were spent wheeling and dealing with our fellow "diplomats". Alliances were formed, and broken. Plots were hatched and betrayals planned. Deals ...
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