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St Andrews announces membership of influential European university network

A time to build, not burn, bridges says Scotland’s oldest university

16 May 2017University news

North Korea – flashpoint state

Chris Ogden is Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Asian Security at the School of International Relations, University of St Andrews. As the US President increases his rhetoric in an effort to actively counter the country’s nuclear brinkmanship, the potential for conflict – unwanted or not – appears to be rising by the day. North Korea has […]

21 April 2017Public interest stories

US missile strike

US missile strikes against the Syrian airbase surprised many, including the American State Department. After condemning the previous administration for meddling in conflicts where the US had no direct national interest, President Trump has changed his tune. The most important questions are why and what happens next? Testimony by US Ambassador to the UN Nikki […]

7 April 2017Public interest stories

St Andrews helps facilitate first Zambian National Sport Development Conference

Director of Sport heads to Lusaka to help harness the power of sport.

24 July 2015Sport

Fife pupils solve international crisis

Youngsters learn to be ‘global citizens’.

5 March 2014Local community

Chinese delegation in Fife

Nanjing Tech University comes to St Andrews

26 February 2014University news

US Ambassador praises youth

Mr Louis Susman, the current United States Ambassador to United Kingdom, praised the courage of young people in recent events in the Middle East when he gave a lecture to students and staff in St Andrews this week.

19 April 2011University news

US Ambassador to lecture in St Andrews

US foreign policy and the role of young people in a changing world.

11 April 2011Government

Imagining freedom

Diplomats and experts on conflict-ridden Caucasus region gather in St Andrews.

16 April 2010University news

Zimbabwean visit postponed

Lecture by Lovemore Madhuku to be rescheduled.

14 April 2010Government