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Rational means exercising reason and sound judgment. In international relations theory the rational actor model is that when making a decision the rational decision maker takes into account the foreign policy goals of the nation and determines which one takes priority over others. Then the decision maker weighs up the [...]Read more ›
Samuel Katarro introduces a musical project by the name of King Of The Opera. The Tuscan musician, better known as Alberto Mariotti, brings you ‘Nothing Outstanding.’ The album released less than a year ago, and even though I’m a little late on this one, I’m fortunate enough to get my hands [...]Read more ›
Some people are aware of China’s current population problem, whilst others are not. China has a policy known as the ‘One Child Policy’ which was implemented in 1979. The policy has raised debates about human rights, morality and how China is going to battle the problems this policy has caused. [...]Read more ›
When Marlon Brando told his father, Marlon Snr., he was going to make his first movie the older man told his son: ‘Take a look in the mirror, and tell me who’s going to want to look at your ugly mug on the screen.’ Brando’s relationship with his father, and [...]Read more ›
Should children today even have to learn how to spell? With text language ever dominating the way of communication when it comes to emails and letter writing too, one could perhaps be brave enough to say not. This shortened way of writing, such as ‘C U TMRW’, is quickly becoming [...]Read more ›
In America, the biggest beast of capitalism, they call May 1st ‘Labor Day’. In South Africa, it’s ‘Workers Day’. The Germans call it ‘Arbeiterstag’. While here in Britain it’s known, blandly, as ‘May Day Bank Holiday’. It wasn’t that long ago that an earlier Tory government – it could have [...]Read more ›
The War and Peace show held at the Hop farm in Kent is the worlds largest military vehicle ‘festival’ and it doesn’t disappoint. I was five minutes early of my alarm this morning, an unusual scenario but one that was met by a fair amount of pride in the fact [...]Read more ›
It was bound to stir up controversy, and it’s no surprise the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix will take place amidst the same furore and atmosphere of menace it endured twelve months ago. Putting the political situation aside, the racing promises just as much drama, suspense and frustration. With three different [...]Read more ›