The mobile phone changes the way we arrange to meet somebody. The social web produces new ways of doing politics. Television and cinema have turned our cultures into visual cultures.
Every day we are confronted with statements like these. However, they are both right and wrong. They are right as … Read More
Since the terrorist attacks in New York on 11 September 2001 and those that came in their aftermath in London, Madrid, Bali, and elsewhere, terrorism has been in the focus of a worldwide public debate. The debate has involved a wide array of participants, from political scientists and historians to … Read More
Last month the National Archives of the United States released to the public a massive corpus of newly declassified documents related to Katyn, the massacre of nearly 22,000 unarmed Polish prisoners by Stalin’s secret police in 1940. Obscured by one of the longest and most extensive cover-ups in history, Katyn … Read More
The NHS has been in the news recently perhaps more than ever. News reports have featured the proposed changes to the service, opposition to the NHS Bill from a variety of corners such as several groups of health care professionals including nurses, some doctors and other political parties. Despite … Read More
Open up a newspaper on a daily basis or listen to the news and you will hear a health related story. Health is frequently discussed and debated in the media demonstrating its importance. However, despite this frequent media reporting there are often heated debates in relation to health stories, … Read More