Big Tech Companies have always publicized themselves as fierce opponents of pollution and carbon dioxide emissions. They often associate themselves with climate activism and, during panels and conferences their “Green” Initiatives are always presented to the public to remind us their concern for the environment. While all of this isRead More →

The increasing  Islamophobia in the Western World is a dangerous phenomenon, common nowadays. The rise of Populist parties, nationalism and drastic cultural distinctions, these are among many symptoms of the rising Islamophobia, mainly caused by violence in Muslim countries, anti-Western terrorism attacks, the attitude and the radicalization of certain immigrantsRead More →

Between the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011 a series of riots inflamed the Arab world. These revolts, although characterized by some common elements in the causes but in themselves different, have been indicated by the Western media with a unique name: Arab Spring. This name was givenRead More →

The current pandemic has significantly affected all sectors of the labour market; however, some categories of workers have been affected more than others, being exposed to a combination of factors. This is the case of sex workers: according to the ICRSE (International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers) overRead More →

Once, I’ve heard that History is a sequence of events that follow each other in a pseudo-cyclical manner, swirling on a pattern which ideologically could be represented with the shape of a spiral. Every time has its own peculiarity, and can be linked to other events which took place inRead More →

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 This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix in a scene from the film, ‘Joker.’ (Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP) Smile, because it confuses people. Smile, because it’s easier than explaining what is killing you inside. Arthur is mentally unstable. He works as a clown to payRead More →

The Significance of the Critique of the Aristocratic Elite in the 18th Century for the Formation of Modern Liberalism and its Current Global Repercussions A conversation with Dirk Schuck The basic conflict between “Personal Dependency” and “Rise of the Market” is fundamental as a perfect historical background to understand theRead More →