• Women and misogynous culture

    Women and misogynous culture
  • Human security and natural disasters

    Human security and natural disasters
  • Why the Ukraine Crisis is little more than a gas war

    UniSA Post graduate Journalism and International Relations student Matteo Gagliardi, explores the situation in the Crimea.   In the middle of a harsh European winter, at the beginning of 2009, citizens in a number of South-Eastern European nations faced an unprecedented crisis: they had been left in the cold without access to gas – a situation for which they were largely unprepared. Starting from the second day of the new year, countries like Hungary, Romania, Poland, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece, … Continue reading

    The International Threat of Terrorism to United States Global Primacy

    Penelope North investigates the threat of terrorism after the death of Osama bin Laden, and how this will affect America’s standing as the global superpower. Continue reading

    THE SA GLOBALIST Social Inequality in the United States

    Alana James demonstrates why increasing social inequality in America is creating such a great challange for the future. Continue reading

    THE SA GLOBALIST Human security in the face of natural disasters

    Jess Brown examines the challenge of increasing natural disasters, and what can be done to lessen this threat Continue reading

    THE SA GLOBALIST Femicide: The global threat to women from misogynous culture

    Amy Philips investigates the present and future challenges posed by femicide and violence against women. Continue reading