The abducted female students were freed on 19 February by the Boko Haram terrorist organization. Luckily the girls seem all in good health and they seem to have not suffered violence. But now we must all ask together: how many more girls must be abused and abducted, raped and forced to marry violent men who … More When female education is scary
The SIPRI, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, has just published an interesting article of study on the arms market. The results of the study of the SIPRI show that the arms market is still much, too, widespread and that buying illegal weapons is not as difficult as it seems. To reflect I leave the link: … More Weapons (too) easy
Today the Winter Olympics starts in PyeongChang, South Korea. The Olympics have always been a great opportunity to put in the center of the scene the sport, the real one, made of hard trainings and many sacrifices. During the race the athletes adventure with the most varied winter sports and in the end are the … More Olympics, real chance of thawing between North and South Korea?
The new year 2018 has just started and we have all celebrated, hoped and stilled our own list of good intentions. There are, however, some facts that happened at the end of last year but which will certainly aftermath in this new year too, just think of the crisis between the United States and North … More What will happen in 2018
Vintage lovers will be pleased to know that in the Netherlands there is still a factory of cassette, just the musical cassettes that were so popular in the years ‘ 80 and ‘ 90, those that made us sing and dance on the notes of our favorite singers. A young engineer 36 years old, always … More For vintage lovers
That peace, food security and climate change are closely related now is known by all. Here is the link to an interesting report of the SIPRI, Stockholm international peace research institute: https://sipri.org/commentary/essay/2017/climate-change-food-security-and-sustaining-peace Good reading.
In Nepal the tradition of the Royal Kumari has been renewed: a three-year-old girl, Trish, has been chosen as a living goddess and will have the task to protect Nepal from negativity and to watch over the peace and prosperity of her native country. The legend of the royal Kumari has been handed down in … More The legend of the royal Kumari