Written by Lena Cohen Zennou In his book called Toxic Data, David Chavalarias, the Research Director of the French National Centre for Scientific Research, states that “the Facebook news feed has become one of the most influential sources of information in the history of mankind”. This quote sheds light onContinue Reading

Ukraine: The Response from the West By Margaux Marzuoli, Uilson Jones, Federico Arcuri & Fernando López Having covered the Eastern European response in yesterday’s article, a second part on the Western response was needed. The unified reaction of the European countries cannot be understood in isolation, but only in relationContinue Reading

By Ayān Sule The current Indian ruling party and its minions love to berate the Nehruvian intellectual paradigm in their naivete, whilst being simultaneously oblivious to the fact that the ruling party still operates within the Nehruvian paradigm. From Non-Alignment to secularism, and everything in between, the Union Government stillContinue Reading

By Hannah Vonberg Environmental racism is an awkwardly imprecise term. However, it captures a multitude of factors that constitute modern forms of racism.  Racism systematically constructs inequalities by conferring advantages upon one racial/ethnic group at the expense of others; power and privilege are distributed unevenly across space and time basedContinue Reading

By Helena Reinders Like many countries, the Netherlands has its own rules and regulations regarding studies and student debt. Between 2012 and 2021 several things have changed within this system, causing a recent stir with the latest change  in the student loan system. The aim of this article is toContinue Reading