Monthly Archives: October 2014

The strength of democracy rests on our shoulders

EU immigration, ISIS, Ebola, the global economic slowdown – these are part of the plethora of issues we are confronted with on daily basis through newspapers, newswires, social networks and other media. It is tiring as a consumer to regularly … Continue reading

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Reducing everything to the economy misses the point

Catalonia is ramping up efforts for an independence referendum following Scotland’s vote on 18 September. As Spain’s main economic engine, there is grave concern that the region – home to Barcelona – could conceivably leave the country. Unlike in the … Continue reading

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