Globalization

Are museums a thing of the past?

Globalization Harvey Morris - October 25, 2023.

There is a whiff of Sherlock Holmes about the Curious Case of the British Museum, a catalogue of thefts from the venerable institution that overshadows...

Suspension of Russia from the International Olympic Committee - correct, but insufficient step to protect the Olympic Movement

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - October 14, 2023.

The Russian boxing team made a video 3 years ago on October 7. The athletes sang to President Vladimir Putin and wished him a happy...

Witches and witchery: can they be forces for good?

Globalization Catriona M. Munro, TA Editor in Chief - October 9, 2023.

An interesting feature you might observe in deeply religious societies is that the population seems equally obsessed with "black magic" paganism, as they are to...

Pope Francis' new environmental message - will global leaders listen to him this time?

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - October 5, 2023.

Pope Francis' most recent message on the environment and mitigating the causes of climate change showed great disappointment and criticism of world leaders. Last Wednesday, Pope...

The integrity of the 2024 worldwide elections is more at risk than ever before

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - October 1, 2023.

We will probably wait a long time for a repeat of the situation we face in 2024, when around 2 billion people will go to...

Location, location, location: where do writers write?

Globalization Catriona M. Munro, TA Editor in Chief - September 19, 2023.

Do writers differ from estate agents when it comes to where they work? Very probably. For estate agents, location is just one factor in the...

Earthquakes: Morocco - another notch on the Richter Scale

Globalization Catriona M. Munro, TA Editor in Chief - September 11, 2023.

"It's not earthquakes - it's buildings that kill people" is the mantra of seismologists. The 6.8 earthquake that hit Morocco south west of Marrakesh last...

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