Drones and their challenge to justice

Writing with regularity is currently one of my most irritatingly difficult goals to achieve. Striving on regardless, I hope the piece below will prove interesting. The debate over the military conduct of Western countries, particularly the U.S., has focused over the past year partly on the various implications of using unmanned drones to strike at …

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Understanding Twitter as the forum for hatred

Twitter is a bizarre medium. The internet has allowed human beings’ affinity for self-advertisement to be harnessed like never before. This dramatic change in the way we conduct inter-personal relations has advanced our capacity for communication enormously. Moreover, the likelihood of greater cultural interdependence for anybody in the public spotlight has brought a much richer …

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Fretting over the future.. lest it be familiar

In the departure from the normal grind of daily micro-concerns and issues, and increased reflection that the festive season brings, the end of one calendar year prompts the very risky activity of prediction for the next. Festive preoccupations have cut my time for a post short over the past fortnight. Nevertheless, despite normally loud-mouthing about …

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