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An auspicious moment

This week, on Tuesday morning, I woke up and felt the urge to jump out of bed and get moving. I bolted out of bed, not sure exactly what I needed to be doing. 191 more words


Are you a Miss Fisher fan?

Are you a fan of our favourite jazz age Aussie sleuth? Miss Fisher delights and the fantastic 1920s fashions are to die for. If you can’t get enough of the fabulous Phryne, you may also like… 124 more words


Q&A with Giedrius Česnakas: Russia, and the West

Dr. Giedrius Česnakas, is Vice Dean of the Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy at Vytautas Magnus University

Fuad Shahbazov (FS): Russia has become a strong headache for the North Atlantic Alliance once again, how would you estimate the current relationship between Russia and NATO?

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The Forgotten (Part Four: A Fine Vessel)

Under Lasinha’s direction I began to follow Ana, observing all she did, where she went and everyone she met. Most were my fellow Regents in this universe, but there were others who seemed to have no place in the Church’s workings that I could discern. 977 more words


UN Convention on Children's Rights: 25 years on

Written by Naja Bentzen

This month marks the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), the first international treaty to recognise children as human beings with innate rights. 601 more words


Poems, Stories and Story-poems

People sometimes ask me, “What is your favourite poem?” My answer depends on the meaning of the question – my favourite of other poets’ poems is… 494 more words

Poems & Extracts