In 1964, an interviewer asked Hannah Arendt the following question: “Does not man, as a politically active being, need a commitment to a group? A commitment which they can to some extent be called love? Do you not worry that your attitude could be politically sterile?” Can we be politically active with or without groups? […]Read More Love, Politics and Castration
ICTSA is once again hosting The Million Dollar Idea! The event which, like many others, suffered from cancellation last year will not meet the same faith this time round, as it will be taking place entirely online.Read More ICTSA’s The Million Dollar Idea
The infamous Moneyval test has dominated Maltese political discourse for the past year. Aside from whether Malta will pass or not, the process remains a cloudy concept to most. So, wtf is Moneyval?Read More WTF is: Moneyval?
Gender quotas are being pushed to increase women’s political representation. But will it solve the issue or will it make it even harder for equal representation to be achieved?Read More Gender Quotas: The Answer to Increased Female Representation?
They all have one thing in common, with the necessary funding and international cooperation, this technology will defeat the pandemic, and many more to come.Read More Covid vaccine technologies work. Here’s how.
YouthPropose aims to highlight proposals generated by Maltese Youth Organisations.Read More YouthPropose – Incentivising Sustainability in the Private Sector
In our booming global society, how will the tragic ends of secluded peoples lost, scale up?Read More Earth’s Tragic Trajectory
In what has turned out to be an astounding presidential race, this website can project that the former Vice President will, as expected, beat his adversary to make it to the office of the white house. Having scraped by all that he had to in order to secure a win, struggling to hold back Donald […]Read More Joe Biden Elected
A basic summary of local and world news, from 10th October to 23rd October.Read More 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒 𝐑𝐄𝐂𝐀𝐏
On this day, at around this time, the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated in a car bomb outside her home in Bidnija.Read More The Situation is Desperate.
During the month of October, many organisations and companies change their logo to add a pink background or a pink ribbon, and landmarks worldwide are illuminated with pink. But why?Read More The Pink Month
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For more information about progress on the interview with Dr. Bernard Grech, feel free to message us and we will gladly update you on the situation at the time.Read More Interview with Adrian Delia – PN Leadership Election 2020
19 years ago today, one of the biggest mass terrorist attacks took place in the United States of America. 4 hijacked planes, 19 terrorists, 2,996 casualties (including the terrorists themselves), more than 600 non-fatal injuries, 3 cities attacked, yet it did not only affect the United States, but the entire world. Until this very day, […]Read More 9/11 – 19 years on
Things may finally be taking a turn in Belarus, as protests have gripped the nation, demanding the end of the authoritarian regime. Why did these protests start, and what does the future entail for Russia’s favourite ally?Read More Belarus: The Last European Dictatorship
Events in 2020 have led many of us to reevaluate our past in the hopes of figuring out where to go next. To some, the battles of a century ago are still worth fighting. Are we trapped by history, or can it set us free?Read More Ghosts of Versailles: Europe’s Past and its Politics
As the turmoil in the PN reaches a climax, what has led to its current state, and what must it do maintain its relevance amongst the electorate?Read More The Elephant(s) in the Room
Regulation might play a role in generating the idea that ‘Brussels knows what’s right’ – So what’s going on right now in the video-sharing world?Read More The Price of Regulation – Internet Freedom
Most people took to baking, arts and crafts and watching some new show on Netflix when they got stuck inside due to the nation-wide lockdown back in May. I opted for something I had distanced myself from in recent years: books.Read More How Books helped me during the Pandemic
To many the practice of colonialism died long ago, but has it simply evolved into something new, with the more developed nations still preying on the weak?Read More The West and Neocolonialism
‘Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.’ So what can we learn from the Spanish Flu to help us move forward during this pandemic?Read More COVID and the Spanish Flu: History Repeating Itself