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Where Girls Run the World – Matriarchy as a Reaction

There are few women in the world who do not recognise and adapt to patriarchal structures in their society. As…

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The Whanganui River and Indigenous Property Rights

Ever since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi (Tiriti o Waitangi) in 1840, it has been plagued by controversy.…

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Now Robots Are Taking Over, a Basic Income is Inevitable

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Jangmadang reveals the naked truth about Kim Jong-Un

Missile launches, national celebrations and tension with China that could be cut with a knife: North Korea is the talk…

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Refugees (un)welcome: Russia no safe haven for Syrians

As the war in Syria has been going on since 2011 there has been a big increase of migration in…

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A Europe still divided

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“Plurality is a resource, not a weakness” – an interview with Father Jacques Mourad

Since 2011 over half a million Christians have fled Syria as a result of the Civil War and the rise…

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Do walls matter?

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Miles to Go: Border Crossing under the US-Canada Safe Third Country Agreement

After the September 11 attacks in the United States, the Canadian and American governments decided to further restrict its shared…

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Let’s Call It A Democracy: The Upcoming Referendum in Turkey

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