Democracy

The Kurdish Question in Syria

Alex and Tialda in their podcast speculate about the fate of the Kurdish people living in Northern Syria. They briefly…

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Africa

Brother leader or a Mad dog? The Rise and fall of Muammar Gaddafi

For four decades Gaddafi acted as guarantor of Lybia’s stability and a careful moderator between tribal leaders, reconciling warring parties…

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Activism

Perception of Charity

Musikhjälpen, a charity event originating from the Netherlands is starting its eleventh year right here in Lund at Stortorget from…

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Transparency

“One Bank to Rule them All: The Discreet Power of the Bank for International Settlement”

When talking about the organizations of the international financial system, we often refer to the Bretton Woods institutions created in…

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USA

A Backlash Against The Backlash

Mrs. Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland both carry a unique epithet. Being the first Native American women to become elected…

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Activism

Art as a form of political expression in Iran

In tyrannical countries, the media in all forms is typically controlled. For example, in Iran, the regime restricts content that…

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Activism

Taking A Step Further To Demand: “No Further!”

The 27th of October 2018, in the Hambach mine, western Germany. What seems like an endless wave of white is…

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Activism

NYC Travel Diary / Part 3

The third chapter of our NYC Travel Diary is out now! Accompany our travellers to their meetings with NASDAQ and…

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Activism

A Young Rebel Of Ortega’s Dictatorship: “We Feel The Repression To Our Bones”

Daniel Ortega, president of Nicaragua, once stood at the frontline of his country’s leftist revolution, fighting for the emancipation from…

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Democracy

Climate Litigation: David Versus Goliath 2.0

Time is running out. This alarming sentence is probably the one which best describes the current climate situation of earth…

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