#3 | 01/28/2014 The Rule of Law
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Each and Everyone to Brussels on 18/19 February!

Out of 193 UN Member States, about 150 Nation States are threatening our contemporary world with their systemic reign based on the convergence of the filthy old "Reason of State" and new... [MORE]

Lovingly: doesn't the catholic newspaper Avvenire feel at least a bit ashamed?

Filomena Gallo @Filomena_Gallo
A new important result towards the dismantling of the Italian Law on assisted reproductive technologies (Law n°40 of February 19, 2004) – the opinion of Italian catholic newspaper L... [MORE]

All with me to properly and publicly celebrate "Maria" (11 plants)

Rita Bernardini @ritabernardini
Tomorrow, January 29, I will hand the produce of the 11 plants of marijuana I cultivated on my terrace over to the sick in Foggia. This will conclude the second phase of the civil disobedience I... [MORE]

Who the new Chinese citizens are and what they want

Ou Biaofeng* @oubiaofeng
In the past few years we have witnessed a slow awakening of Chinese people’s public consciousness.  Of course in China, there has always been a strong presence of activists and brave... [MORE]

Quosque tantdem, President Xi Jinping?

Francesco Radicioni @fradicioni
Right before the president of the Beijing court interrupted him abruptly last Wednesday, the Chinese political activist Xu Zhiyong managed to articulate few words during his hearing: “We are... [MORE]

Turkey: the World Wide Web and what Erdoğan fears

Mariano Giustino @MarianoGiustino
In Turkey the people of the Web is again in revolt. Since last January 16 there is a debate going on in Turkish Parliament about a new law that if it would be approved could give to the minister in... [MORE]

Volcano Campi Flegrei, a danger for Europe

Doriana Vriale @doriana61
Even a small eruption of the Campi Flegrei caldera, located just outside the city of Naples, in a so densely populated area, could threaten hundreds of thousands of people, but the risk would involve... [MORE]

Big data, a challenge to democracy (and the state secret)

Marco Beltrandi @MarcoBeltrandi
I always felt it is important for the future of democratic institutions around the world, so at risk today, to define universal standards for the effective enjoyment of citizens' civil and... [MORE]

Why experts' hearings do not help parliaments to establish truth

Claire Dunlop Claudio M. Radaelli @claudioexeter
In a recent paper, researchers at the University of Exeter have coded and analyzed the narratives of the parliamentary committees on foreign policy in the UK and the USA to establish how they used... [MORE]

Photo of the week

Florence, 25 January 2014: Marco Pannella replies to the President of the Court of Appeal during the opening ceremony of the judiciary year
PHOTO: Grazia Galli @galligra

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