Is Cancel Culture the New Damnatio Memoriae?

Cancel Culture. Ethical censure. Although these are considered manifestations of our modern world, they date back as legal sanctions to Ancient Rome, where rulers...

A New EU-Africa Trade Pact: A Partnership of Equals?

by Michael Asiedu (Staff Writer) In his most recent State of the Union speech, European Commission (EC) President Jean-Claude Juncker outlined the details of a...

POST-BREXIT, POST-TRUMP

After the Brexit dust had settled, it looked as though Barack Obama’s prophetic warning that the UK "would be at the back of the...

Why should the democratic world support peaceful revolutions?

Ever since February 22, 2019, millions of Algerians have been relentlessly marching, calling for the fall of an authoritarian and corrupt junta, for the...

“Frameworkization” and the Destruction of Academic English

Frameworkization, namely the rise of unreadable academic writing in the social sciences, has contaminated academic language. This occurs through a complex process of mutual...

Cultural Erasure of Women: How Women are Remembered in History

Ida B. Wells, Emmeline Pankhurst, Indira Gandhi, and Ada Lovelace, all share two significant traits. These women accomplished feats that shaped history and yet...

Why Rationality Compels Us to Rethink Immigration

by Raphaela Tiefenbacher (Guest Writer) The topic of migration is one of the most hotly contended of our time.  Since the summer of 2015, not...

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