The majority of Londoners chose to vote for Sadiq Khan, the candidate who strongly supports the UK’s EU membership.
In an interview with Micah Morgan, Opal Palmer Adisa, award-winning poet, novelist, performance artist and educator, opens up about finding her writer’s voice, and making a difference in the Caribbean.
With the rise of the right-wing AfD, are we witnessing the end of German exceptionalism? It does seem so, says Stella Georgiadou.
U.K. ‘SUPER THURSDAY’ ELECTIONS: Brits, through their local and regional elections quite clearly said that they do not want a revolution, says Urszula Roman-Kamphaus, expert on Europe. Last Thursday UK voters went to polls to choose their local and regional representatives. And it would not probably be the most important piece of news of the […]
Remember Syria’s city of Aleppo? Because you should have never forgotten.The horror of Aleppo atrocities remains real and live
Why we’re still using archaic voting machines in this elections?
Is attending a top-tier university really worth putting your family through years of hard-budgeting and struggles?
Having a budget without debts is like sitting at an expensive cocktail bar drinking tap water.
Our generation is facing a daunting host of great expectations, which have the potential to make or break us.
We have a tendency to build up stories around legends and celebrities, to create a fantasy surrounding them that paints them more as divine creations rather than mere mortals. One incredible, award winning photographer, Stephanie Cornfield, most notable for her work with greats of the like of Shia LaBeouf, David Lynch, Jack Nicholson and Kirk Douglas, works to accomplish the exact opposite – to strip these celebrities of their fame and to reveal them in their raw and true form to the world.