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Putting social justice on the global agenda | Josef Bugeja
At least, Americans have a choice
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Raphael Vassallo
Europe’s role: Investing in peace not war | Carmelo Abela
30 years ago: Pjazza Tlieta, homosexuality and I | Joseph Carmel Chetcuti
But who would be president?
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Mark Said
Paying for an ego trip
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Michael Falzon
A dealer, an addict and a criminal | Mariella Dimech
Going to the dogs…
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Raphael Vassallo
Policies not politics
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Michael Falzon
Increase in emergency calls by drug users: More abuse or less fear? | Karen Mamo
A mistrusted and partial speaker?
A geriatric for a US president
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Michael Falzon
Europe’s latest magic trick: turning farmers into villains…
Strengthening our country: A collective effort | Steve Ellul
Impartiality in political broadcasting? Not even possible, I’m afraid…
Bend over, here it comes again | Daniel Xerri
Broadcasting Authority’s rude awakening
State-manipulated media
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Mark Said
From words to action | Michael Stivala
Reining in inflation
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Michael Falzon
‘Why vote for others to be cheated? Vote for us instead!’
Virginity testing law: pre-empting legal loopholes
The secret weapon to boost employee performance | Alexiei Dingli
Disincentivising whistleblowing
Staying vibrant and relevant for the next five years | Charles Deguara
Pope Francis steering AI towards a more humane future | Alexiei Dingli
Regulating temping agencies
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Mark Said
Dual-language books as a tool to disseminate information
Prying into public-private lives
Paceville bouncers were supposed to have been ‘regulated’. What happened?
Restoring Selmun Palace
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Michael Falzon
The case for a judiciary ombudsman
Our commitment to a greener tomorrow | Steve Ellul
The weakening power of consumers
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Michael Falzon
To ‘dream’; perchance also to ‘believe’… ay, there’s the rub!
The future of space exploration | Nathan Pullicino
Uncontrolled spending
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Michael Falzon
All I want for Christmas is (yet another) Asylum and Migration Pact…
Social cohesion is paramount
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Alex Agius Saliba
‘Balancing’ is the job of a circus acrobat, not a cabinet minister