the submarine affair @thenewyorktimes

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not a suspect in the so-called submarine affair, one of the corruption scandals rocking Israel. But with his personal lawyer, the man he appointed as national security adviser, and now his former chief of staff among the expanding parade of suspects, analysts and critics assert that if Mr. Netanyahu did…

Nobody believes in objectivity anymore @ buzzfeedNews

For years, Israel’s Hebrew-speaking media was dominated by a relatively centrist, liberal press. During war times it swung more to the right, during periods of peace more to the left. But now overtly right-wing media figures like Segal, as well as partisan outlets owned by United States billionaire and Republican donor Sheldon Adelson, are increasingly…

the Brexit dilemma

Ever since the final months of the referendum campaign that culminated with the June 23rd vote to leave the European Union, the debate about Brexit has penetrated every corner of British public opinion. Every media outlet in the country has hosted a debate about it and people have been particularly vocal on the subject. This…

did you say brexit

if Brexit means a European Economic Area deal (a so-called soft Brexit), it will be seen as a betrayal of working-class leave voters in favour of those in a City that wanted to remain. But if Brexit means instead a migration clampdown and little access to the single market (hard Brexit) it will fuel business’s…

30 giugno 2013

I fautori del Brexit che si ritirano a uno a uno, Cameron che aveva detto che non si sarebbe dimesso e all’indomani del voto lo ha fatto, Boris Johnson che voleva fare il premier e adesso si ritira, Farage che ammette di aver mentito in campagna elettorale e adesso non si fa mancare una seduta…