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Citizenfour - An exploration of privacy through an informal eye

Zygmunt Bauman once said, “Perhaps we just consent to the loss of privacy as a reasonable price for the wonders offered in exchange” – the sentiment of this quote has stood the test of time as our modern world continues to develop new, innovative ways to keep tabs on the citizens. 566 more words


Analyse & Act: Cultural response to emergency

In this article Dougald Hine asks, in the context of the Climate & Ecological Emergency (or what our mutual friend Jeppe Dyrendom Graugaard calls ‘the Enormity’), what would an Alcoholics Anonymous for a whole culture look like? 204 more words


The easy, easy case for Mookie Betts

In both the 2017-18 and 2018-19 off-seasons, the marquee move for the St. Louis Cardinals followed a familiar pattern–the Cardinals acquired a premium, middle-of-the-order offensive threat with dwindling remaining years of club control in exchange for a handful of decent, already MLB-caliber young players and prospects. 2,062 more words


The Hard Wedge: How Ulster's defence edged out Bath in the Champions Cup.

The opening round of the European Champions Cup can often take on a strange character for teams as they begin the tournament. With the inevitable disjointedness of international players being reintegrated back into their club teams; away teams are often happy to get any kind of match points from the first pool game. 1,219 more words


"International Law Talk" by Non-State Armed Groups

Hyeran Jo is Associate Professor of Political Science at Texas A&M University (College Station, Texas, USA). Her primary research interests lie in international institutions and international law, with a focus on international humanitarian affairs and international criminal justice. 1,607 more words


Analysis: What are your responsibilities with fly-tipping

By Amy Hodgetts

The cost of waste has steadily risen over recent years and with that, so has the number of fly-tipping instances. Thanks to the… 972 more words