Resistance to antibiotics caused by their overuse in livestock and humans is increasing. It’s estimated that if the world doesn’t radically change how ...
Jan, 28
77 years after Auschwitz

In August 2016, I visited for the first time the death camp in Auschwitz. It was enough to only have one look at the great entrance to understand that God cried a lot, when he saw people created by Him exterminated other people created also by Him. “Arbeit macht frei” or “Work makes you free” […]

Thursday, 27, January 2022
What do grandparents mean to young people?

Rather than ask: “What do young people owe their grandparents?” – we must wonder: “What do grandparents mean to young people?” One of our misunderstandings during the pandemic lies in the alleged antagonism between the elderly and the youth. The injunction “Save Grandma” in our policymaking vocabulary shows how our conception of young people is […]

Monday, 24, January 2022
Racism in football: what has media coverage got to do with it?

“Has there ever been a tournament more disrespected than the Africa Cup of Nation? (AFCON)”. That is the question raised by former England and Arsenal player Ian Wright in a video published at the end of December on his social media platform. In his video, Wright points out the general media coverage “tinged with racism” […]

Thursday, 20, January 2022
Stop illegal pet trade online

It’s been over two years since the COVID-19 pandemic began and we are still not out of the woods. Experts warn that the psychological toll of social isolation will impact millions of people worldwide for the foreseeable future, causing a global mental health crisis. It is understandable, under these difficult circumstances, that many people decided […]

Monday, 17, January 2022
A frank assessment of the Conference on the Future of Europe

At the first meeting of EU ambassadors of the New Year, the Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFoE) was not even on the agenda. As France currently holds the EU presidency and CoFoE was the brainchild of President Emmanuel Macron this was a surprising omission. This may be a year in which the French President […]

Saturday, 15, January 2022
It’s geography, stupid: Deciphering the Russian enigma

In a 1939 BBC broadcast, Winton Churchill famously quipped that Russia was “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma…”. When looking at the news today, many may feel that his words haven’t aged a day. Indeed, the aggressive military posturing on the Ukrainian border leaves many questioning the true intent of the Kremlin. […]

Thursday, 13, January 2022