Tag: Review

The Revolt Against Globalisation from Nadav Eyal’s Perspective

Never in history have we have been so interconnected yet so lonely as our social circle is ever-decreasing, due to the...

Stories hidden in bright daylight: a review of Christina Lamb’s Our...

Disturbing Content: the warning Christina Lamb repeatedly received after sending off her reports on how war affects women. Repelled by these responses,...

Review: The True Cost – shedding light into the abysses of...

Since this issue’s topic is global trade, I wanted to review and recommend a documentary about a highly globalised industry. The True...

We Are The Wave – Watch it or dodge it?

What could a juvenile offender, an upper-middle class goody, a Muslim immigrant, the son of two farmers and a girl that grew...

Years and Years: and the world we built.

“But you didn’t do anything, did you? 20 years ago … did you walk out? Did you write letters of complaint? Did you go...