Renewed debate on Western troops in Ukraine: Macron´s remarks spark discussion

Two years ago, headline over headline with the newest developments, newest death numbers and newest information regarding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reached us over basically every news report. With the

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A disappointing journalistic venture – Tucker Carlson interviews Vladimir Putin

As the journalistic world was preparing for the release of the most anticipated interview of the year, Tucker Carlson delivered a linear, submissive and mostly propagandistic interaction with the Russian

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Houthi rebels attack container ships – exposing the fragility of our globalised world

The imagery was quite impressive: a ‘James Bond-style’ infiltration on a transport ship, complete with helicopters and Kalashnikovs. The incident, which happened on a freighter off the coast of Yemen,

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Crucial decision for the American Elections – Is Trump going to be ruled out from the 2024 ballot?

Tensions are boiling these days in American society. The recent decision from the Supreme Courts of Colorado and Maine to scratch off Donald Trump from the 2024 ballot due to

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Does this mean we save the planet?

“The world does not belong to us”. These were the words King Charles III brought forward in his opening summit at the COP28 (conference of the parties) climate conference, which

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Guyana and Venezuela to meet amidst fears of annexation

And how rejecting a 1899 ruling provides the basis for Venezuelan territorial claims December 2023- This month has seen an interesting development in the continent of South America. Venezuela’s president,

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A ‘frozen conflict’ in action

Notwithstanding what is written in the history textbooks on the Korean War, technically, the Republic of Korea and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea are still at war. In April

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The second space race; increasing interests in an anarchical ‘world’

A week ago, the American space company SpaceX launched another 22 of its Starlink satellites, aiming to complete a global internet coverage by placing mass-produced small satellites into low earth

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Disoriented

“His moral and spiritual tradition has disintegrated, and he is now paying the price for this break-up in worldwide disorientation and dissociation.” It was 1964 when Philosopher Carl Jung published

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God Save the King (From Protesters)!

Last weekend, we witnessed a rather unique historic event: The coronation of Charles III, King of the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth realms. The ceremony was characterized by extravagant

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