6 things to keep in mind about the Egrant inquiry
Despite the Attorney General’s apparent objections, Prime Minister Joseph
Why Brexit won’t happen
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Make tourism great again
Chopping down trees, pouring concrete straight into the sea,
Edward Scicluna must go
Brussels has warned Malta it would face court action
Reclaiming our democracy
“The era of liberal democracy is over,” Hungary’s Prime
Racism, a symptom of something worse
In 1995, Umberto Eco gave a lecture outlining Ur-Fascism,
Mafia behind Italy’s anti-immigrant rant
Lega Nord’s increase in popularity in Italy’s southern region
‘Recognise the important role civil society plays in shaping democracy’ – UN report
Rising populism, the stigmatization of civil society and restrictions
Nationalism is the new black
Nationalism is on the rise and it does not
Welcome to Malta, where saving lives is a crime, but fuel smuggling isn’t
The captain of the MV Lifeline was taken to
NGOs are doing what the EU is unwilling to do
We live in an upside down world. Take Malta,
Your guide to dismantling a democracy
It is becoming increasingly evident for those of us
Confidential, you say?
I’m not proposing here to discuss whether Judge Scerri
Malta and Azerbaijan: A sordid love affair
Just when everyone thought that the Panama Papers were
To tell you the truth: populism’s increasing pressure on journalists
In line with populists across Europe, Italy’s interior minister
The future of Europe
The European Commission has presented the draft European Budget
The two Trumps of the Mediterranean
On the eve of a meeting between EU leaders
In real terms: political parties in a trap
Finch trapping in Malta has been outlawed by the
Clap Trap: Malta’s defence of finch trapping
‘Absurd and nonsensical talk or ideas’ – the definition
When the positive turns negative: The PN’s mission to please Labour
The Nationalist Party’s new leadership is silent on Malta’s
Civil society matters
Democracy is defined as ‘rule of the people’. Since
We cannot be silenced
Eight months ago the country was shocked by the
Singapore in the Mediterranean: it may be closer than you think
Muscat’s metropolitan dream frequently emerges in statements expressing his
Thank you for hating
How often have you, as a Facebook user logged
State run by crooks for benefit of crooks
Malta’s geographical location means it has always played an
Muscat and Salvini cut from the same cloth 
New Spanish Socialist prime minister Pedro Sanchez has done
Keeping up appearances
For decades, cartoonists and street artists have exaggerated the
Malta in a nutshell: Isolation and its heroes
The easiest way to build a hero is to
The secretive world of Cambridge Analytica (and Labour) 
The connections between Joseph Muscat’s Labour Party, Cambridge Analytica
Is the Nationalist Party enabling Labour’s corruption?
Foreign Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela instructed public employees to