With 38 million blank ballots, Brazilians refused to vote the available candidates. Rookie mistake: results benefited those recognized for opposing individual liberties. THERE IS A bitter taste in
When it comes to politics, the ability to read in between the lines is just as important as tracking numbers. AFTER BUSY MONTHS of protest, Brazilians'
BILL WATTERSON IS FAMOUS for two reasons: creating the “Calvin and Hobbes” comic strip, and for being allergic to fame and the spotlight it provided
Denmark is characterized by high taxes and high welfare benefits. However the Danish government worries, that EU legislation is making it possible for outsiders to
This week the UK lost two high-profile figures of the left. Leader of the RMT union Bob Crow died in the early hours of Thursday
Tony Benn was at the forefront of the political left in the UK for almost 50 years. Following his passing, Pandeia pays tribute to a
The trial of Lee Rigby's murderers gained national attention in UK media because of the brutal and public nature of his death. Ben Parr discusses