Author: Teresa Barrio Traspaderne Airports are symbols of power, not only in a political sense but also in an economic one. They represent the power of the State to control its borders, yet they also embody a relentless appetite for profit of those transnational corporations that are omnipresent at every single airport throughout the EU….
In a highly polarised climate Greece appears to be heading closer to snap elections. The government has failed to secure the required 200 votes in the recent presidential elections for its candidate Stavros Dimas, a former European Commissioner.
Throughout the world, more and more reporters try to grasp the news by drawing their observations, instead of writing in-depth articles or taking pictures. More subjective than traditional journalism? Pioneers like Joe Sacco, who traveled the frontlines of Palestine, Bosnia and Chechnya, would doubt it. And what kind of journalism is objective anyway?