Author: Hannah Fautsch
What reveals most about a person are the little things they do; not the big gestures - or so I've heard. The same applies for events in politics. The small things we never hear about can have massive consequences. I am interested in uncovering both the unknown and finding new perspectives on the known and how both are shaping the political landscape today.
In Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, life is standing still. Since over a week, the main highway is blocked by countless trucks. Hundreds of uniform-looking school busses drive past, hornsRead More
For decades, Libya’s politics only had one face: that of Muammar al-Gaddafi, a military colonel, who had seized power in the late 60s and had since then clung onto thatRead More
The common war strategy of demoralizing the enemy by providing them with one’s own ideology over radio airwaves had found its way into the Cold War tactics. Western German radioRead More
One article in the Australian Constitution which has no connection to every-day political business could bring down the Australian government. It sparked the dual-citizenship scandal that is spreading further throughRead More