By Margaux Marzuoli Having discussed the critical need to move away from fossil fuel combustion as a source of energy, as well as potential solutions, the third part of this article draws attention to the importance of local and non-governmental actors in the fight to reduce our energy consumption. The
Written by Emeline Rateau My personal experience facing the current Chilean state of politics inherited from Pinochet As soon as I started exploring the city of Santiago, its walls filled with graffiti caught my attention. They were everywhere, and unavoidable. Every little piece of it screamed for justice. In many
Written by Manuela Figueira Lorang On Sunday afternoon, 8th of January, Brazilians lived through a scene similar to the attempted insurrection by Trump supporters taking place in the U.S Capitol. However, the scenes of destruction were more brutal although no deaths were reported. The Brazilian Capital, Brasília is also the
By Margaux Marzuoli Having discussed the emergence of the climate crisis and established the current need to move away from fossil fuel combustion as a source of energy, the second part of this article addresses potential solutions. These include, yet must not be limited to, renewable energies (including photovoltaic solar
Written by Joanna Sowińska Following the Central African Republic (CAR) inability to conduct an investigation on war crimes and crimes against humanity, the trials at International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague are still ongoing. Vague statements on defence plans from the Defence Council however bring instability to the resolution
By Zuzanna Mietlińska Between the freedom of expression and loaded language in a political debate, there is thin ice. One of the few influential politicians in the world that constantly balances on it – is Donald Trump. One can wonder – what are the examples of his linguistic „juggling acts”?
Written by Uilson Jones Does the average, hard-working and honest citizen bear the ultimate responsibility for the actions of their national government? Or could the citizen be seen as an inalienable part of the state who plays the role of a lackey? Should ordinary citizens feel the urge to compensate
Written by Luiza Jacovaz In 1904, the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) was founded by Belgium, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. The goal was to promote friendly relations among National Associations, Confederations, their officials, and players. The growing competition among soccer teams in Europe urged for a