5G – the generation of too much?

Translated by Claudia Oppong Peprah Some think it is faster with higher performance others consider it more dangerous and even more devastating for the environment: 5G. However, despite all the technological progress 5G remains an object of political conflict. As a symbol of capability and power it is the cause of conflict between two archrivals: […]

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Cyberspace and International law: discrepancy of concordance

URL:{https://wall.alphacoders.com/big.php?i=924461&lang=French} Inter arma enim silent leges (*) (*) “In times of war, the law is silent”, such is described Cicero’s aphorism regarding the analysis of the state of the Law of International Security. Cyberspace is a complex field that is difficult for jurists to grasp. The reason being that the rules and norms in force […]

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Indigenous Australians: the intricacies of the right to equality

Translated by Natacha Perrin, proofread by Lauren Valentine Since British colonists’ arrival over two centuries ago, life has been tough for survivors. The Indigenous Australian population has seen its living conditions radically degrading since James Cook’s arrival. The British declared Australia “Terra Nulius”, giving them full power over these defenceless people. It was only in […]

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StopCovid: An unreachable objective?

Translated by Meyriam Bouali, proofread by Charlotte Borne The government faces issues related to the tracing app mentioned by Emmanuel Macron, the French President, during his speech on 13 April, 2020. The Franco-German researchers who are responsible for developing the app, called « StopCovid », answered to some questions from thousands of Europeans on Saturday 18 April. […]

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Criminology: nascent science of crimes and criminals

Translated by Natacha Perrin, proofread by Niki SO and Guéric Cardet Delinquency is a dominating concern in modern societies. Government policies face it with more or less assertiveness. Criminology is a discipline relatively new that might enlighten decision-makers in the political and professional spheres about facing issues such as delinquency and criminality. According to sociologist […]

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Public shaming is not fading (shame, anger, vote!) [1/5]

An outraged internet mob decided to make you pay. Individuals flock on social media to shame you, to call you names. The internet allowed these people to enter your bubble and use its websites to get more notorious in their action and to oppress you over weeks and weeks. Your private address gets leaked. People […]

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Hillary Clinton to be evicted from Texan schoolbooks?

TRANSLATED AND PROOFREAD BY MATHIEU POLLET Hillary Clinton is to disappear from the social studies curriculum in Texas, following the State School Board’s preliminary vote on the 15th of September. A decision that is yet to be confirmed by a final vote, in spite of the controversy this is creating. A will to “streamline” the curriculum. […]

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