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The Black Lives Matter movement was born 7 years ago…   …following the killing of an unarmed black teenager, Trayvon Martin, and the subsequent acquittal of his killer. American civil rights activist Alicia Garza created a Facebook post named ‘A love letter to Black people’, and this was followed by […]

Can Taiwan be Saved?

In my last short piece on the conflict between China and Taiwan, I introduced how Beijing sees its “estranged twin” and what are their methods when it comes to undermining the country’s will for sovereignty. The aim of the second part is no more and no less than to describe the choices […]
More than a week ago, the World Food Programme…   (WFP) was awarded this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. The decision sheds light on the important work of the world’s largest humanitarian organization, which tries to combat hunger and promote food security. The organization was one of the most crucial ones […]
“From Vac to Beijing, the prisoners whisper…”   On the eve of the 23rd of October, 1956, there was nothing suggesting that a group of student protests across Hungary would collapse into revolution. Embodied by the ideas of citizens as free men; independent of foreign power and cemented with democratic […]