The fierce urgency of now
Some 150 artists have signed a petition calling for
Schadenfreude has expired
The German language has a wonderful word to describe
Rule of law is dead but we can resuscitate it
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his government insist that
The transformation of the Republic
The last few decades, the world has seen the
For someone who grew up in the 80s, the
Perpetuating tribalism at the University student council elections
The polls are clear. New voters are increasingly disenfranchised
Shoulder to shoulder with journalists
The systematic asphyxiation of the media happening all around
Lessons from fascism in Russia
A lot has already been written about people believing
War of cultures
Malta is divided. On one side, civil society demanding
The masters of spin
The latest hogwash doing the rounds is that Daphne
The shame of Valletta 2018, European Capital of Culture – PEN
Dear President Juncker, Dear Commissioner Timmermans, Dear Mr Magnier,
What price tag for political parties to take control of the university student council?
With the university student council (KSU) elections coming up
Life in the trenches of political warfare 
The headquarters of the two main political parties sit
When doing the wrong thing becomes the basis of future economic growth 
In a 2014 interview with Saviour Balzan, Prime Minister
No, Malta is not a normal country
In case you have not noticed, or you have
Hellbent against dissent
Psychology suggests that mischievous, stubborn children are more likely
I ask, therefore I am
‘If YOUR baby was going into hospital for an
The system we created
I’m currently reading Roberto Saviano‘s bestseller Gomorra, a book
The meaning of Pilatus 
The magnificent mountain which goes by the name of
Europe: A rotten reality
Following the recent electoral results in Italy and the
Discretion without constraints is unregulated power
We recently learnt that Court sentences can be deleted
On Liberty and State
Independent journalism has become the last firewall against government
The right not to forget
Justice minister Owen Bonnici has shown great concern over
The jingling of the keys
Last week in Prague and other Czech cities the
National health service should not be guided by profit
The Vitals saga poses serious consequences on our healthcare
How begging bowl politics threatens journalism
Last week, Times of Malta journalists phoned MP Rosianne
The rise of the far-right in Europe
In my life I’ve seen Europe go through massive
The world outside
There is a world outside Malta, though perhaps you
No serenity without transparency
Lyman Frank Baum’s Wicked Witch of the West melts
To defend Malta, defend the memorial
In the dead of night, Daphne Caruana Galizia’s memorial

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