February 2, 2019

In 1960, 80 percent of American adults read at least one newspaper. In 2017, that figure had dropped to below 10%. Should we care about this decline of print media?

Many scholars have documented the adverse effects of its decline, most notably Neil Postman in Amusing Ou...

November 9, 2018

Following a significant loss of votes in recent regional elections, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced this week that she would step down as leader of her party this year, and as Chancellor in 2021. It is the only correct conclusion from her recent election blow. Attem...

November 8, 2018

The barbaric murder of Jamal Khashoggi rocked the world last month. A Washington Post columnist, Khashoggi used to be part of the Saudi establishment. Although not a member of the House of Saud – the ruling royal family of Saudi Arabia – he was born into a good family,...

November 1, 2018

“I think something’s happening. Something’s changing and it’ll change back again. I don’t think it’s a hoax”. With these words, Donald Trump finally recognised the existence of climate change, although he immediately clarified that he does not ‘know that it’s manmade’...

March 20, 2018

It is clear that social networks have strong points, both at a personal and professional level. One of them is the speed with which we learn the most important news of the day. The information is shown to us on our wall or in our timeline constantly shared by contacts...

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