Last week, massive protests have erupted within major cities – including New York, London and Valletta – in countries that have started implementing the use of COVID-19 vaccination certificates. While people have more or less gotten used to this new normality of having to live with this ongoing pandemic, there is growing concern within the […]Read More COVID Passports: Aye or Nay?
With the US pushing for the withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan, which started February of last year, the country has slowly but surely started to fall back into the hands of the Taliban, the terrorist group the US wanted to get rid of after the Twin towers fell, and the whole reason there were […]Read More Afghanistan: Back in Taliban Hands
If you’re reading this article, you have access to internet, and if you have access to internet, you’ve surely seen thousands of posts on social media, and some might have been your own. But beyond the cacophony of trends and pseudo-morality, do you really know what the conflict is all about?Read More WTF is: Israel-Palestine Conflict
We’ve been hearing quite a lot with regard to the sectors who have been the most negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, be it the deadly virus itself or the measures which have been put in the place to mitigate its spread. Be it the retail industry, catering establishments, or the performing arts, these sectors […]Read More Taken for granted? Taken for a ride? Or both?
In what seems to be a seldom before seen form of performance, five performers will meet virtually to produce a fragmented narrative, inspired by several plays written by Irish playwright Samuel Barclay Beckett.Read More Colliding with Beckett – A Student Production
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
Tensions ran high in Minnesota this week as the jury in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin prepared to deliver its verdict.Read More Derek Chauvin convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd
After a year of online relegation, we’re still expected to bear the brunt of restrictions, but hardly any consideration is being made to our mental healthRead More Youth – Always the Last Priority
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?
Isolated reports of vaccinated individuals developing blood clots have caused dozens of countries to suspend or limit the roll-out of AstraZeneca Vaccines. This is a political decision, not one based on medical research.Read More AstraZeneca Vaccine is Safe
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?