Dire Detention: Private Security Firms and EU Immigration

For years, the detention of immigrants in the European Union has been delegated to private security contractors by some member states. Usually governments choose this option because it brings instant

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Watching Shadows: Media and Plato’s Cave

A cave, a Greek philosopher, a blazing fire and your newspaper. All are interconnected in a way. If you think you think you have a grip on the world out

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Chinese Orphanages: Hatching Social Problems

On March seventeenth, the Guangzhou Orphanage in China announced the shocking amount of disabled children dropped off at the baby drop-off hatch that had opened no more than two months

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Die Energiewende: Germany’s Green Transformation

In the latest edition of our magazine, Japan’s path towards sustainable development was assessed with concluding lessons other states could learn from the country in the Far East. In this

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Marketing Privacy Friendliness: a New Marketing Tool?

Nowadays, especially after the PRISM-leak, people are increasingly concerned about privacy and personal data. In this upheaval where people do not know what could happen to their information, or who

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The Mars One Project: A One Way Ticket to Space

In April 2013, application and selection for the ambitious Mars One project finally opened. On the 7th of May, Mars One announced that 78.000 people have applied for a one

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Let the Sunshine in! Solar Fuel as a Solution for the Energy Problem

A pressing problem facing the world nowadays is the global environmental problem, one aspect of which is the energy problem. This problem is characterized by the depletion of natural energy

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