The system we created
I’m currently reading Roberto Saviano‘s bestseller Gomorra, a book
‘Blockchain Paradise’ or Pirates of the Mediterranean?
The world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange – Binance –  is
Gaffarena scandal: putting things in perspective
The events that followed the court’s decision on Tuesday
The meaning of Pilatus 
The magnificent mountain which goes by the name of
Cambridge Analytica: subverting democracy, one Facebook profile at a time
Striking a balance between security and privacy has been
Sectarianism only strengthens democracy by the mighty for the mighty
Government’s line of defence, especially when faced by international
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
Muscat cannot wash his hands of Pilatus’ mess
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has tried to shrug off
Desperately seeking silence
Those who love to call assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana
The jingling of the keys
Last week in Prague and other Czech cities the
Democracy is being usurped by its protectors
The primary threat to democracy and its functions in
National health service should not be guided by profit
The Vitals saga poses serious consequences on our healthcare
Brave New Malta: what happens if population rises to 600,000?
The president of the Malta Employers Association (MEA) has
A tale of two murders 
Two investigative journalists are murdered in two European countries.
How begging bowl politics threatens journalism
Last week, Times of Malta journalists phoned MP Rosianne
Ditched MPs’ pension reform: a lost opportunity 
This week government withdrew outrageous amendments on MPs’ pensions
Slovakia tries to tackle its demons while Malta stalls
Journalists across Europe are questioning relations between shady business
Burn out: Incineration was a problem then as it is now
Former Resources Minister George Pullicino is gloating on social
The Paceville monster needs to be confronted
The news that a 24-year-old man died early on
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
Who’s thinking of her?
Nathalie Williams – the woman who was found trapped
Why I won’t be taking my ‘awesomeness’ to the women’s march
I woke up to my Facebook timeline today calling
A pension for the gods and a pension for the animals
Economy Minister Chris Cardona this week presented amendments to
No serenity without transparency
Lyman Frank Baum’s Wicked Witch of the West melts
The inevitable demise of mainstream parties
Sunday, 4 March, may well go down in history
To defend Malta, defend the memorial
In the dead of night, Daphne Caruana Galizia’s memorial

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