Of Hope and Justice

On  October 24, 2017, Sanji Mmasenono Monageng, a judge of the International Criminal Court (ICC)—a one of a kind example of international cooperation which tries individuals for the crimes of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity—visited Malmö University, and we were lucky enough to sneak in a quick interview

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Hope for Uniting Cyprus

The island of Cyprus has interlinked trade and wars between continents throughout time. Its Mediterranean location leads the island to be seen as a part of the Middle East, but also a part of Europe—perhaps it is both. However, recently it has been divided into two with the Northern Turkish

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Boycott: A Silent Revolution

In the classic story of nonviolent resistance “Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story”, Martin Luther King, Jr. states six principles of nonviolence. The first principle is as follows—nonviolence is a way of life for courageous people. It does take audacity to directly oppose anything, to stand against injustice. I had

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Apocálypsis

the uncovering of what one could not see before- a path out of the darkness.   rarely have i seen a gift such as your eyes of indigo that see the kindness of the world and turn a wasteland into fertile ground.   rarely have i known a darkness that

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The Fate of Cuban Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship. A great buzzword. Defined as the process of designing, launching and running a new business, it has also been described as the capacity and willingness to develop, organise and manage a business venture. It is sometimes mistaken as a panacea  to fix dysfunctional economies. Probably, at best it is

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