Tag: politics

WOAE035 Kira Huju, International Relations, Oxford

Kira Huju is an Oxford scholar in the Department of Politics and International Relations and a member of Balliol College. Her interests in feminism and decentering International Relations have informed Kira’s research of Indian politics and foreign policy. Kira also shares personal insights about honing her approach to issues of social and global justice and her response to criticisms of political correctness.

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WOAE034 Lucinda Cadzow, International Relations, Oxford

Lucinda Cadzow is a Clarendon Scholar in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University. Lucinda has written about soft balancing and is currently researching the global governance of tax. Hailing from the Yarra Valley in Australia, Lucinda shares her story of exploring other vocations before discovering an interest in and aptitude for political theory, political economy and international relations.

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WOAE033 Trump’s first 100 days, Gabriel A. Delaney

An analysis of the policy implementation of Donald Trump’s campaign promises in his first 100 days as President of the United States of America. Hailing from New York, Gabriel Delaney studies Politics at Oxford University and has experience as a presidential election field organiser in Pennsylvania for the 2012 Obama campaign. As well as critiquing Trump’s presidency, Gabriel is very good at explaining some of the mechanics of the U.S. political system.

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WOAE022 Trump inauguration

A discussion of Trump’s inauguration ceremony, a breakdown of his speech, and thoughts on what we might expect from his first days as president in US foreign and domestic policy. Oxford scholar Mitchell Robertson brings insights about American politics and history to this analysis. Mitchell is a doctoral candidate associated with the Rothermere American Institute and he has a Master of Studies in United States History from Oxford University.

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