Don’t Fall Victim to the Ken Bone Phenomenon

Recently the New Yorker published a documentary on the almost-forgotten Ken Bone. In it, both Mr. Bone and the public come to terms with...

The Power of Political Rhetoric

The 45th President of the United States has spent the last four years in office promoting the rhetoric that has invalidated educated communication. The...

Africa Means Business: Why the Chinese Debt-Trap Diplomacy is a Sham

China’s debt-trap diplomacy narrative has become conventional wisdom, notwithstanding its striking lack of merit. Mr. Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show...

Antony Blinken in Conversation with Sir Anthony Eden: Should the U.S. Appease?

Antony J. Blinken may very well be the most informed, advised and consulted bureaucrat in the world. Apart from outside influences and conscious deliberations,...

Paradise Lost – The Venezuelan Crisis and the Response of the International Community

Venezuela anguishes in what is being described as the country’s worst economic, social and political crisis to date. A combination of low oil prices,...

Eritrea and Ethiopia’s Long Road to Peace: the Role of Diplomacy!

By: Michael Asiedu (Staff Writer) On June 5, 2018, Ethiopia’s ruling coalition, Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), declared that it would accept the...

From Seneca Falls to Themiscyra

A 620 km long chain made up of five million women advocating for equality signalled 2019 as a landmark year for women’s rights and...

Euro-Islam – the Change We Need

By: Ilenia Pappalardo (Staff Writer) Islam has established roots and become visible across Europe to the extent that it is no longer possible to...

The State: An Old and A Necessary Beast

By: Luka Zucic (Guest Writer) In spite of the rise and growing influence of international organisations and supranational institutions, such as the United Nations and...

Caminantes – The story of neglected Venezuelan refugees

The author has worked and lived in Venezuela during the current crisis, and later along the refugee route in Colombia. Working, walking and hitchhiking...

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