Ceasefire or not, Gaza remains under an internationally supported siege.
What worked for The West Wing is viewed with suspicion in Scandal.
Perhaps in light of the anniversary of the attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center, it would be wise to remind ourselves that neither those attacks nor these new ones happened in a social or political vacuum.
As Golden Dawn rises, so does the intensity of sentiment against it among marginalised Greeks, which makes for a potentially explosive combination.
US network NBC put a lot of energy into developing a strong comedy block with offerings like 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation, both of which distinguish themselves by having strong female leads. For a moment, it seemed as though the network was looking forward with its programming, initiating an era of female-driven shows with …
Are we certain – or uncertain – in our conviction that these are all isolated incidents? Arrogant or afraid?
While the Olympics are ostensibly an event that brings the world together, the racism that runs through much of the coverage serves to underscore the differences between ‘us’ and ‘them.”
What if Gaza were not under siege? Is it too radical to suggest that ending the siege on Gaza could be a more apt solution than increased military presence to end structurally based terrorism?
Taking away the material means of justice while proclaiming one’s government to be tough on crime is an exercise in rhetoric that’s worse than empty.
It was evident that a crisis was underway in Anaheim, and one that had been created by those in power.