Assertions of Russian interference in Kosovo during recent tensions appear increasingly fraudulent, and make their cynical purpose increasingly transparent.
Although the West’s condemnation of possible secession in BiH is taking spotlight, the divisive nature of further NATO integration in the country should not escape scrutiny.
The EU must reflect on its use of clout and rhetoric in arriving at this point, to avoid future crises.
Public health absolutism is trampling the principles of socialised healthcare, and providing tyranny its perfect smokescreen.
Lebanese Foreign Minister, Charbel Wehbe, resigned from his position last Wednesday, over remarks made during a TV interview, that insinuated the rise of the Islamic State had been facilitated by the Gulf States
Could EU initiatives declared to mitigate the social impact of draconian health restrictions, make visions of a ‘social Europe’ ever more elusive.
Exploring the birth and maturation of techno tribalism across Europe, and the great steps taken to preserve its spirit.
Lockdowns in the name of public health have facilitated a state power grab of fundamental rights, while a formerly valiant new left has been their greatest advocate, denouncing all who challenge as of the radical right.
As campaigners refine their methods of exposing violations of international law by the government and military tech firms, so too does the state in its means of denial.