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Enemy within

September 20, 2016 • CommentaryComments (1)

From the Editors Europe is in the grips of anti-immigrant sentiments aimed mostly against their Muslim citizens and new émigrés. One wonders what would happen if these immigrant populations looked more like the average white Englishman, German or Frenchman, and were not distinguishable by colour or clothing or even name. How would the Muslim immigrant

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UK – the most undemocratic democracy

July 1, 2016 • CommentaryComments (1)

From the Editors The United Kingdom woke up on Friday 23 June to new realities: the Kingdom was no longer ‘united’ and its constituent parts had broken rank and were wooing new suitors. Scotland voted by 62-38 to remain in Europe while Northern Ireland


Days of Glory past

May 1, 2016 • Commentary, Social Impact, SUSTAINABILITY & ETHICSComments (0)

From the Editors In the run up to the 12 May 2016 Anti Corruption Summit in the UK last week, the British premier let off a classic gaffe, describing Nigeria ‘as one of the most corrupt countries in the world’. The Queen’s gaffe came a day later,


It Pays to be Nice

November 1, 2015 • Commentary, Marketing & Consumers, STRATEGY & MANAGEMENTComments (0)

From the Editors Ryanair’s 32% jump in their first-half year profits for this year is said to be down to Ryanair being nice to its customers say, Michael O’Leary, the CEO of the budget airline. Michael O’Leary now claims that “If I had known being


The Illusion of Choice

July 1, 2015 • CommentaryComments (0)

From the Editors As Greece and the rest of the Eurozone finally reached an agreement last week for a third Greek bailout package, one cannot but wonder at the cost for the Greek people and to Tsipras’ credibility of staying in the Eurozone. Do the Greek


A Tale of Two Cities

May 1, 2015 • CommentaryComments (1)

From the Editors The results of the May 2015 UK general elections were received with contrasting reactions from two camps. Less than 48 hours after the results, and before the dust had settled, it seemed the lines were already drawn and everyone knew on which