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Volume 8, Issue 7
The last eight years of political turmoil have made it abundantly clear that no single leader can hold office for an entire term. Thus, with this week’s LSS elections decided, MLS students are already turning their minds to the bigger question: Who shall replace the incoming ruler to be the next, next LSS president?
Volume 8, Issue 5
We are not Americans, and so we have even less influence in determining US federal policy than those 90% of Americans who have none. But we are all in this world together, we all equally belong to that world. If you have friends in the United States, you must make them aware of the divide that is coming with the 2016 Federal Election. There are two heralds of possibility at either end of the political spectrum; two messiahs, if you will. For democratic socialists, we have Bernie Sanders. For free-market fundamentalists, we have Donald Trump. Let us consider these two men on their merits.
Volume 8, Issue 7
We are currently facing what has been described as the worst humanitarian disaster since the Second World War. Regardless of whether it deserves this ignominious crown, the broader conflict spanning much of the Middle-East has seen millions displaced, perhaps 400,000 killed, and the region destabilised.
MULSS Election Candidates
Volume 8, Issue 6
INTRODUCTION TO THE ELECTION ISSUE
As many of you are no doubt aware, the annual process of electing student representatives to serve on the Melbourne University Law Students Society (MULSS) has begun. Over the remainder of this week, candidates will be campaigning for a number of positions, which are listed opposite. The elections themselves will open at 9 a.m. on Monday 14 September 2015, and close at the end of the week at 2 p.m. on Friday 18 September 2015.