Reflections of a progressive on the eve of the European Parliament election
James Debono
Cracking the whip on the government in a mid-term test has been shackled by the Opposition's reactionary attitude on issues like abortion and foreign workers
[WATCH] Saviour Balzan’s videoblog: A look back at an election campaign that left people unexcited
Saviour Balzan
An election in which the size of defeat will determine the Nationalist Party's future
To lecture us about democracy, you have to be democratic…
Raphael Vassallo

Rob democracy of the fundamental principle of opposition, and what remains...

Rob democracy of the fundamental principle of opposition,...

No checks, no balances: why a whole system needs rethinking
Michael Falzon

We need radical changes in Malta’s executive and legislative structures...

We need radical changes in Malta’s executive and...

The third language: giving students the cutting edge for tomorrow’s world
Evarist Bartolo

Our job is not to force students in studying this or that subject but to guide and educate students in the subjects that will give them a cutting edge in...

Our job is not to force students in studying this or that...

What will forcing another foreign language really achieve?
Josanne Cassar

Maltese education is not geared towards producing leaders, innovators or free...

Maltese education is not geared towards producing leaders,...

A shake-up in Brussels
Matthew Bugeja

At a time in which the EU is facing challenges from inside and outside of its borders, EU leaders have turned to highly political individuals to pave the path...

At a time in which the EU is facing challenges from inside...

It is much easier to destroy than to create
Raphael Vassallo

The Adrian Delia faction is visibly stronger than its detractors; and this is...

The Adrian Delia faction is visibly stronger than its...

Let’s talk about organ donation
Evarist Bartolo

It seems that critics were questioning the level of government’s authority after your life

It seems that critics were questioning the level of...

Is it the more the merrier?
Michael Falzon

It’s about time for Malta to take a look at the future and see how we would like it to be, and plan accordingly

It’s about time for Malta to take a look at the...

An inauspicious proposal
Raphael Vassallo

What started out as a personal reaction to a single act of vandalism – directed at those (admittedly hideous) polystyrene sculptures – quickly...

What started out as a personal reaction to a single act of...

Just let it be
Saviour Balzan

The removal of the ‘three billboards’ was petty, considering that so many billboards, originally illegal, have now been ‘legalised’ and...

The removal of the ‘three billboards’ was...

Gorging ourselves, gobbling our land
Josanne Cassar

Our legacy will be towns and villages which have merged into one another, dotted by petrol stations for the cars we cannot live without, to drive us to the...

Our legacy will be towns and villages which have merged...

In Daphne Caruana Galizia's own words
Josanne Cassar

While plenty of documented material has been publishe about Daphne Caruana Galizia’s journalistic work, little attention is paid to the equally...

While plenty of documented material has been publishe about...

A joke about Mount Carmel? They must be crazy...
Raphael Vassallo

 all this internet outrage would be far better directed at the problem...

 all this internet outrage would be far better...

A world urban forum and why it matters | Corina Cretu

Europe is indeed a beacon, an example to follow for tens of millions of people...

Europe is indeed a beacon, an example to follow for tens of...

No need to re-invent the wheel
Evarist Bartolo

The challenges in assessment, diverse abilities and educator development are things we do not face alone, but can be found everywhere

The challenges in assessment, diverse abilities and...

Zonqor campus. Much worse than a bad deal | Adrian Delia

Eddie Fenech Adami’s fight was about freedom: our freedom to live our...

Eddie Fenech Adami’s fight was about freedom: our...

Why Konrad Mizzi might cost Chris Fearne the Labour leadership
Frank Psaila

When the health baton was passed on to Chris Fearne, he had to face the music...

When the health baton was passed on to Chris Fearne, he had...

This thing we call ‘art’
Raphael Vassallo

The arts? Oh, it’s just one of the boxes on the official bucket-list that must be ticked. It doesn’t really matter who you tick it with, or why

The arts? Oh, it’s just one of the boxes on the...