Category Archives: China

Moder Svea, i själva verket ett examensarbete av Anna Odell?

Det är för de flesta inget nytt att man som ung och oförstörd ofta tenderar att hysa en mer idealistisk syn på omvärlden men hur denna syn med tiden blir alltmer cynisk i takt med att man får livserfarenhet som … Continue reading

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Ett problematiserande filosofiskt perspektiv på begreppet politisk korrekthet

Vi lever idag i ett tidevarv där politisk korrekthet i allra högsta grad är definierande faktor inom politik och offentligt samhällsliv. Samtidigt används begreppet PK som närmast en svordom, även av undertecknad skall jag villigt erkänna. Det är PK att … Continue reading

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What will the World look like post-Corona?

The ongoing Corona-pandemic causes not only unprecedented strain upon the healthcare systems and the economy around the world, it also has philosophical repercussions. There are reoccurring claims that the environment is improving, and while that might be true regarding things … Continue reading

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The handling of the COVID-19 pandemic represents the final nail in the coffin of an all European identity

The number of people succumbed under the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has now passed 10 000 throughout Europe, the hardest hit so far being Italy and Spain. Reports are coming from Spain of elderly having been found dead and dying by … Continue reading

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Elin Ersson överklagar sin fällande dom – den synbara bristen på eftertanke

Asylaktivisten Elin Ersson som blev känd för allmänheten efter att hon vägrade att sätta sig ned när hennes plan skulle lyfta från Landvetters flygplats då det på samma plan fanns en afghansk man som skulle utvisas. Hon hyllades vitt och … Continue reading

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Nothing is new under the sun in Latin America?

Two days ago it was reported that Bolivian President Evo Morales stepped down after allegations of election fraud which caused wide scale rioting and news spreading of mutinies within the Police. When General Williams Kaliman, head of the Armed Forces … Continue reading

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Continued build up in the Persian Gulf

That the Persian Gulf has been the center of tensions for decades, if not centuries, is nothing new. In the 1980’s things even came to blows as the United States carried out several operations such as Operation Earnest Will, Operation … Continue reading

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“-Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

With the trade war between the US and China ramping up it’s time to look to the past in order to try to predict the future. One might think what one will about the Chinese lack of democracy and human … Continue reading

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International relations seem to change swiftly, just follow the oil trail

These days international relations seem to change swiftly. Not long ago Saudi Arabia under the rule of self portrayed reformist Mohammed bin Salman seemed to to have become really cozy with Israel under the beleaguered rule of Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu. … Continue reading

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A new scramble for Africa?

According to an interview with Defense Minister Marie-Noëlle Koyara by RIA-Novosti the Central African Republic is about invite Russia to build a permanent base in the country at facility already used by Russia since last year to train CAR’s forces. … Continue reading

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