Where’s the personal accountability in Malta?
A government minister is politically responsible for what happens
‘Government should not fan the flames of hate and violence’ – Naomi Klein
A year ago the murder of an investigative journalist
New beginnings, same old outcomes
PN leader Adrian Delia’s promised ‘New Way’ has seen
On a ‘Belt and Road’ to where?
Malta is among the first European countries to sign
Malta for Dummies #9: Facial recognition – the technology we deserve?
In Malta, where everything is upside down and topsy-turvy,
Pilatus might be gone but Malta remains a money-laundering haven
Castille’s favourite bank has been shut down and unsurprisingly
Cyprus says investigations into Maria Efimova unrelated to Maltese case
Cypriot authorities have told the Council of Europe that
This is not about ‘Sophia’
Not content with selling citizenship as a commodity, Malta
The toxic price of impunity
The killing of journalists affects the whole of society
‘Fake news’ – a government tool
In 2017, “fake news” was the Collins English Dictionary’s
The Dictator’s Handbook #8: Power and corruption
The Dictator’s Handbook emphasises repeatedly how leaders stay in
What ‘Blockchain Island’ dragged in – World Bank blacklisted Shiv Nair is back
The Malta Blockchain summit launches today – and no,
Disinformation Watch #24: Burying the truth on Egrant
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said in Court on Friday
Disinformation Watch #23: On dirty political tricks that make headlines
The government undermines civil society by directly suppressing freedom
Konrad Mizzi’s refusal to meet Council of Europe rapporteur belies Muscat’s assurances
Despite Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s reassurances that he and
Malta for Dummies #7: Parallel universe
In Malta, where everything is upside down and topsy-turvy,
The big compromise
US President Donald Trump has made it very clear
The Dictator’s Handbook #6: Money, money, money
For those following this series, it should be clear
‘We need to know the whole truth about my mother’s assassination’ – Andrew Caruana Galizia
The mastermind who commissioned journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
Press freedom NGOs demand ‘firm commitment’ from government
Leading press freedom NGOs are calling on Prime Minister
Disinformation Watch #22: Chris Cardona gets his knickers in a twist
Last week’s revelations involving Economy Minister Chris Cardona triggered
The political centre is moving to the right 
On Sunday, Adrian Delia regaled us one of his
Keep calm and continue pillaging the country 
Liar, fraudster, loser, delusional and traitor are but few
The Dictator’s Handbook #5: The perils of meritocracy
“It is better to have loyal incompetents than competent
The show must go on
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Economy Minister Chris Cardona
Disinformation Watch #21: On a public inquiry into a journalist’s death
On 9 August, Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family called for
The Dictator’s Handbook #4: How to gain power and keep it
Whatever system a political aspiring leader finds himself in,
End of discussion on Egrant? No way
On the recommencement of Parliament following the summer recess,
Mintoff ‘is-Salvatur’ and Joseph ‘il-King’: Political cults and democracy
You would think the Maltese would be more adept
One dog saved, 1,700 lives lost
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat was tweeting about a dog

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