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Want to stop hate culture? Stop spreading it
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 06-11

When are Facebook users going to learn that it is not some corner bar where you can 'crack a few dark, bla...
A (short) history of impunity
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 06-11

'When it comes to rule of law, it is important to remember that Malta’s culture of impunity has been...
Catalonia, statehood, and the end of history
Matthew Bugeja
Blogs 03-11

Contrary to Francis Fukuyama’s writings, we are not at the end of history, and change on the global stag...
So, what do we really, really want?
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 02-11

What does anyone in Government have to gain by threatening musicians in such a way?  With all eyes scruti...
‘Two-thirds majority proposal’ will not work
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 02-11

The idea to appoint police commissioner and attorney general by two-thirds parliamentary approval is quite fra...
On Catalonia, the use and abuse of history
Carmel Vassallo
Blogs 01-11

Like all texts which have to accommodate often conflicting interests, the Spanish Constitution is an impe...
Teachers deserve much better
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 01-11

Schools are often the 'melting pot of society', that face the wrath of a culmination of societal issue...
People don’t have opinions, they have parties
Michael Falzon
Blogs 31-10

People have a difficulty in understanding the implications of the word 'loyalty'. Does it mean approvi...
If you want to ‘Occupy Castille’... win an election
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 31-10

Taken literally, 'Occupy Castille' is a rallying cry to overthrow a legitimate, democratically-elected...
Freedom to offend? Tony tests the waters
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 30-10

You see, that’s the thing with free speech; it’s a two way street even when the tune being played ...
What matters counts
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 30-10

Beyond Daphne, the sad truth is that there are few veteran journalists working with independent houses who hav...
This will never end
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 26-10

A call for unity does not translate into standing behind the Government 'even when it fails us, and even w...
The ‘universe Daphne created’
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 26-10

We must acknowledge that Daphne Caruana Galizia's writing increasingly came to echo an underlying mal...
Politicians cannot reopen old wounds
Alex Sciberras
Blogs 25-10

We need our leaders not just to find the solution to our ills, but to also remind us of our humanity and compa...
Our faith in the institutions
Malcolm Mifsud
Blogs 25-10

The fact there is so much mistrust in the institutions has turned into the Prime Minister’s main headach...