Monthly Archives: October 2012

why study political science?

when i tell people i study political science, they ask me two questions: one, what can you do with it? and two, so what do i think about politician x,y,z and what they did last week? so, once and for … Continue reading

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rethinking marx

the notion of marx today is more than a reference to a person. it is a reference to a system. a system that is interpreted in the marxist-leninist real draft in the soviet union and its extremes during stalin’s reign. … Continue reading

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face(less)ness

showing your face in combination with a political message is a political tool. celebrities know it. politicians know it. it is their main decisive for elections. if there is no deep, fundamental party affiliation on an ethnic, cultural, economic or … Continue reading

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the bigger the stone, the bigger the splash

reading the news lately transmits the feeling of unease. it seems as if the thick clouds on the economic horizon are darkening. worst case scenario:┬áthe economic crisis is back. what people miss to mention is that the crisis was never … Continue reading

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