Humans Being (A)part from Nature

How humans have managed to break loose from the rest of life.

Last week, I saw the new documentary by David Attenborough: A Life on our Planet. His documentaries are often about how beautiful the Earth is, but this one was different. He shows how humans have made a mess of our planet. Attenborough reveals in a very clear way how nature has developed since the 1950s.

New New Labour

The Official Opposition Officially Back In Business

Brexit, coronavirus, the US presidential election – competition for the spotlight of public attention is rarely so fierce. On the stage of British politics in particular, the battle for the immediate health and long-term prospects of UK nationals seems to have pitted the Conservative government against a new foe every day of the year. Meanwhile, reeling from a historic defeat in the general election last December, the

Subject: Your Package May Be Lost

How Mail in Voting Endangers the Democratic Process

November 3rd, 2020. That is the date that seems to be marked on calendars worldwide. Americans are anxiously waiting for this day as it slowly creeps closer—constantly wondering what is going to happen, are the theoretical polls going to come to life or be debunked, will this play out like the 2016 campaign? It also

The Rise of The Chinese Economy

China has a long and rich history during which it has seen many dynasties rise and fall. After its last dynasty it experimented with communism and in the more recent history, while still officially a communist country, it has opened up its economy and society quite a lot. For many westerners who have been accustomed