Maltese academic appointed to European Commission Expert Group Against SLAPP
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet, whose research has been
Doctors dispute government forecast for herd immunity from COVID vaccine
December was the darkest month when it comes to
Machiavelli: The Princess
The meteoric Miriam Dalli has landed back in Malta.
Cyprus Papers leak renews EU scepticism on cash for passports
New findings on irregularities with the sale of passports
Migration, rule of law and equality among European Commission priorities
On 16 September, President of the European Commission Ursula
A step closer to an ‘EU Magnitsky Act’
Individuals who committed crimes against humanity, genocide and torture
Malta risks losing €5 million EU funds for ‘unbuilt’ migrant centre, PM to detain migrants offshore
The government’s delay in building a €7 million migrant
Joseph Muscat advisers dominate board supervising €400m gas pipeline project
Individuals closely connected to disgraced former Prime Minister Joseph
EXCLUSIVE: Prime Minister to spend €1m a month to detain migrants on ship
The government will be paying €33,500 a day, or
Offers for detention vessels for migrants amount to tens of thousands per day
The government’s latest idea to re-introduce the detention of
Malta among countries that received faulty COVID-19 masks from China
Malta was one of the countries receiving “fake and
Let them eat baked beans
The last few months have been tough and the
SLAPP threat from Azerbaijani – British national Turab Musayev
Turab Musayev, the Azeribaijani-British National who was SOCAR Trading’s
Action demanded on corrupt Montenegro deal
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation has reiterated its call
Carry on as ‘normal’
The Prime Minister has tried hard to reach the
Věra Jourová stresses importance of journalism amid COVID-19 ‘infodemic’
The unprecedented “infodemic” that emerged during the pandemic has
Weaponisation of the law suppressing scrutiny of power
Over 25 press freedom organisations have written to the
The Disgraced Offices of Joseph Muscat
Europe Day came and went with a quiet whimper
A hierarchy of rights 
In many places across the world, we are witnessing
The real game in the migrant saga
Is it legal, the way that Malta is treating
The snake in the grass
The “wave of racism” spreading across the country does
Over 20 press freedom NGOs present rule of law recommendations to Commission
The European Commission must effectively capture the challenges that
Letter to my future child
Dear child, God willing you will be breathing your
From China, with love…
There seems to be a direct correlation between freer
Confinement and the common good
A philosopher once said that if you are lonely
Disinformation: consolation and catastrophe during coronavirus
As COVID-19 headlines continue to dominate news cycles, pro-Kremlin
‘EU climate law proposal is a surrender’
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has criticised the new law
EU committees vote to provide clear information on green investments
The European Parliament committees passed a joint vote on
Malta misses deadline for EU plan to end secret company ownership
Malta is one of the EU countries that has