Sarah Pilchick
Sarah is a student in the MA Newspaper Journalism programme at City University London and recently completed an MSc in Political Sociology at the London School of Economics. Previously, she received a BA (hons) in History and International Studies at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, and has worked for Demos, the International Organization for Migration, Amnesty International, Obama for America, The Miami Herald and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. She is currently the US team leader for the Extremis Project and really loves dogs, theatre, European history, and pretentious films. She would also like a UK work permit, please.

Blog Entries by Sarah Pilchick

History Repeating? Lessons We Can Learn From Inter-War Germany

(0) Comments | Posted 16 November 2012 | (14:10)

Unfathomable economic strife. Palpable anger and despair. Inept politicians in power. An easily scapegoated minority population.

When thinking of these factors, what comes to mind - Germany in the inter-war years or Greece in 2012? It was the playwright Alan Bennett who, in The History Boys, wrote, "There is...

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New Visa Rules Hurt Foreigners, Britons Alike

(0) Comments | Posted 29 August 2012 | (10:30)

On behalf of foreign graduates in the UK: We come in peace.

Those of us who have survived the British university system have no designs on torpedoing your economy or corrupting your culture. We are not here to sponge off your welfare system or claim asylum. Immigration Minister Damian Green...

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