In the article, “Why the world should be worried about the rise of strongman politics”, Tony Walker laments the rise of strongman politics throughout the world and the dangerous consequences of it. In light of subsequent developments around the world, he is of the opinion that the “macho” phenomenon, driven… Read More »The Rise of Strongman Politics
“You can either spend your time building borders or crossing them, and I chose the latter.” Ciao! My name is Tanya and I am 19. Born in a country as diverse as India, I was introduced to multiculturalism at a very young age. However, it was not until I was selected to be an exchange student in France that my life changed completely. I realized that I do not want to be confined to a particular nationality but I want be a part of a more global picture which is why I chose Global Governance. I like exploring art history, languages, and breaking stereotypes.
A healthy democracy requires its citizens to be exposed to a wide range of ideas and perspectives. This promotes shared experiences and makes it easier to govern a heterogeneous society, and reduces the likelihood of people resorting towards extremism. This represents the positive side of free speech – the diversity… Read More »Serendipity
Many would argue that the best works of art aren’t just about aesthetics. The best works are about expression, making a statement, taking a stand. They tell a story to the viewer, they communicate an emotion, a legacy. They can be the statement of an era, of a society, and… Read More »Picasso’s Guernica: A Legacy beyond Aesthetics