“Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” – Albert Einstein What is education today? What is its value in our fast-growing world? How important is it in our times? All these questions deserve a specific answer that is not yet provided by worldwide societies,… Read More »Education in our times, “A GENERAL STUDY AND THE CASE OF ITALY”
The fascinating Hollywood world has been shocked by an event which is definitely going to change contracts between stars and studios. Everything started at the end of July with the decision of the famous American actress Scarlett Johansson to sue The Walt Disney Company after the questionable choice the multinational… Read More »The Streaming Effect in the new Hollywood Income Flows
IMPORTANT UPDATE: On October 6, US District Judge Robert Pitman has temporarily blocked the abortion ban. However, there is still no clarity on whether the decision is final or will be further challenged. On September 1, the new abortion ban came into effect in Texas, USA, which sparked heated debates… Read More »Texas abortion ban: Pro-Life Movement Strikes Back
As Ghana, Guinea and other colonies gained independence during the post WWII period, the African continent once again became a battleground of foreign powers, and this time it became a battleground in the US-Soviet Cold War conflict. For the Soviet Union, the African continent presented several characteristics favorable to socialism… Read More »Killing The Prospects Of Development In The Democratic Republic of Congo.
Afghanistan will be ruled according to Sharia laws, there will be “no democratic system at all”, as a Taliban commander stated. This is like a nightmare for the thousands of people living in Afghanistan. A nightmare that you cannot wake up from, because, unfortunately, it is the reality. The Taliban… Read More »Women’s condition under the Taliban regime
In societal norms, it is common to consider anger as a negative emotion which is either judged or suppressed. And while actions driven from the place of rage may indeed be impulsive or aggressive sometimes, understanding the reasons why this emotion occurs may be the key to not only resolve… Read More »Why it is okay to be angry
The situation in Central Asia is all that is being talked about these days. Afghanistan no longer exists, or at least not under this name. The events that occurred mark history: after twenty years of war, the country returns to the hands of the Taliban. We have all seen the… Read More »What is happening in Afghanistan? The new Taliban regime and their promises.
By definition, a subculture is an identifiable subgroup within a society , especially one characterized by beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger group. When I say this word the image that pops in my head is the opening scene of a high-school teenage American movie that… Read More »Subcultures
“The Republic safeguards linguistic minorities by means of appropriate measures”, states article 6 of the Italian constitution proposed by Tristano Codignola, ratified in 1947. Thanks to this article, linguistic heritage is protected in Italy. The intention of the members of the Italian constituent assembly was to ensure the survival of… Read More »Protecting Language Minorities: Europe’s Path and the Case of Italy
Bitterness, sadness, hope: these are the emotions we felt when we first saw this picture. A long hug between Luna Reyes, a Red Cross volunteer, and a Senegalese boy who had just arrived from Morocco on one of the beaches of the Spanish enclave – on the 20th of May,… Read More »How a moving gesture caused so much hate
Have you ever talked or discussed about the European Union? Have you ever read or seen something about the US-Canada-Mexico Agreement on Free Trade? Well, these are two examples of large free trade areas built by international agreements. The processes to establish them are usually long, and the changes they… Read More »A Fast-Growing South-East Asia: RCEP
How many times have we heard older generations saying “back in my day this didn’t happen” about any issue they opposed? And how many times have we heard this phrase referred to homosexuality or sexual orientations other than heterosexuality? I do not know about you, but I have heard it… Read More »Homosexuality and Ancient Greece: An Uneasy Relationship
—- Hebron: Where Picking Akkoub is a crime. On a breezy morning in March, Issa, an 11 years old boy, woke up craving Akkoub, also known as Gundelia. He went up to his mom, “Mama, can we have Akkoub for lunch today?”. She replied, “but we don’t have any”. Issa… Read More »Everyday Life of a Palestinian
2 days ago, France re-opened the cinemas, bars and restaurants, after more than 8 months of closure. That meant freedom, for the youth : being able to go out, to socialize again. But now that the summer makes us see another end of the tunnel, I asked myself: what will we do with all our memories? What will we do with this year of online learning, anxiety, monotonous social life and psychological struggles? Do we chose to forget, or to build upon?
We live in 2021, and still, myths and gender stereotypes related to rape and consent are widespread in our societies, including in courtrooms. Today, more than ever, it is necessary to change the culture, to unhinge social attitudes based on gender power relations, also thanks to the contribution of the… Read More »Sex without consent is rape: what we still struggle to understand in 2021
A few days ago, the tension between Israelis and Palestinians has re-exploded, and the ancient conflict, now more than ever, does not seem to subside. Israel and Palestine: an ancient dispute The clashes between Israel and Palestine have a very ancient origin and, in order to retrace their reasons, we… Read More »Israel and Palestine, the endless war: what is happening and what could happen
“We’ve been living in this house for 65 years. Each stone or sib of sand reminds us of our parents and ancestors. Our kids are scared. They keep asking us why the Israelis want to kick us out.” -Aref Hammad, a Palestinian resident of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. Located in… Read More »What is Happening in Sheikh Jarrah?
On the 14th of April, Giuliano Chiara and Reghuvaran Niranjan Nair, Pachu for friends, had the opportunity to interview Younger Rupert, founder and director of the Centre for Corporate Reputation of the University of Oxford and co-author of the ”Reputation Game”. The questions and comments were made based on personal… Read More »Reputation: Rupert Younger Interview
The changes in the UK related to the advent of Brexit until now can be summarised in four main points: Exit from the Single Market, Financial mechanisms, Trade transactions, New sustainable entity. Before Brexit UK was a member of the European Economic Area and of the Single Market which guarantees… Read More »BREXIT- What has changed from a Public Management point of View
Dozens of South Korean college students shaved their heads in front of the Japanese embassy the past week to protest the Japanese decision to release water from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea. It all began on April 13th, with the announcement of the Japanese government of the decision… Read More »South Koreans shaving their heads in protest to Japan’s wastewater plan