An Oxfam report reveals that, despite representing more than half of the global economy, the world’s six richest countries receive less than 9% of refugees. By contrast, the world’s poorest countries accept a greater number. In recent years, out of all of these affluent nations, it is Germany […]
Work stress causes the physical and mental health of millions of human beings to deteriorate, but the rules of the competition seem to have the last word and put the correlation between cost and benefit at the forefront.
When conceiving, women aren’t always fortunate enough to enjoy favourable economic or health conditions, and in many countries don’t even have the right to decide whether to continue the pregnancy. Betty Hernández Quintana Two arguments tend to arise from the abortion question in the global context; pro-choice (with […]
Whilst some studies show evidence that genes may influence antisocial behaviour, various Latin American programs propose, amongst other things, investing in children in order to put an end to violence. Edith Tacusi Oblitas It certainly can’t be said that there is no violence in Latin America, for the […]
Philosophical trickster, Slovenian Communist, Slavoj Žižek has produced another book – “Disparities”. In this, as usual, he goes over old ground. Steve Latham As in his earlier book, “Parallax”, Žižek advances the dialectical theory, that complementaries reveal truth.” Actuality embraces paradox, a view from many directions and perspectives. […]