Well, having heard about – NOT watched & NOT interested in watching – the first U.S. presidential debate yesterday with the flying insults/shouting that mired the event in a way that no other similar debate has managed to achieve in the history of America I would be surprised if any […]Read More
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Human Rights lawyer & activist Amal Clooney quits her UK envoy role over Brexit plan to trash international law in the so called Internal Market Bill which passed its first hurdle in the House of Commons last week. I guess it means something to stand up for something in a […]Read More
In many of my previous political blogs I’ve always called for change; change in our political structures, governance & economic models, approach in debating/analyzing important issues of the day – that’s for starters. I usually referred to this change as an Evolution as opposed to the Stagnation that has led […]Read More
I came across a very interesting article entitled How China’s “sharp power” is muting criticism abroad (link below) about China’s increased influence/meddling in western democracies mainly to promote a positive image of the country, and distorting information to suppress dissent and debate. It’s safe to say that this behaviour is […]Read More
It seems to me that the current political paradigm where political parties are defined purely based on empty ideological grounds with party members forced to fit into these “ideological boxes’ is an outdated philosophy. “Conservative”, “Liberal”, “Democrat”, “Labour” terms that have little to do with actual vision and more with […]Read More