Is it how you see it? Or how you want to see it? On the 22nd of March 2017, a terrible tragedy happened in London near the palace of Westminster, where 52-year- old Khalid Masood drove a car into pedestrians injuring more than 50 people and killing five of them.… Read More »More than meets the eye
“To know ourselves we have to know Others, who act as the mirror in which we see ourselves reflected” wrote the reporter Kapuściński in “The Other”. There are few cultures that are still in a strong and dynamic relationship with Others as the gypsy one. The Romani minority represent one… Read More »In the mirror of Romani culture
An alternative angle of analysis about the results of the Italian general elections. March 4, 2018 – 73% of the Italian voters participated in the general election, to renew the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate for the XVIII legislature, in which no party exceeded the 32.6% of votes… Read More »Active abstentionism: an oxymoron?
Imagine you are walking around, when suddenly some stranger yells at you something like “hey beautiful! Why are you sad? Why don’t you smile at me? You’re too sweet to be sad!”. That is an example of what is known as “catcall”. Have you ever been catcalled? If you’re a… Read More »Street harassment: it is a big deal.
Centuries of history, cradle of many philosophical ideas and today one of the world’s biggest economies, militaries and population combined in one country – China is the sleeping giant that has woken up. The “strong” have always attempted to divide the world amongst themselves: In the 15th Century Spain and… Read More »China – A wildcard in Global Governance?
24 September 2017: Millions of Germans went voting for their new representatives and are now waiting for a new coalition to be formed to govern the country. With Donald Trump in the White House and Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin, the world is waiting for Germany to take a stand.… Read More »The loneliest leader in the world – Why nobody wants to govern with Merkel