For many Poles, cider and apples taste better than anything else this summer, and that’s because they have the flavour of patriotism.
An Interview with Shirin Ebadi
On a happy note, the first gay marriages took place in England and Wales this week.
An Interview with the former President of Poland and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.
Unfortunately, Ukraine was not the only violent place in the world this week: Venezuela is also being torn apart by a political conflict
Scotland might leave its family estate and walk bravely into the unknown, hoping that the costs of its rebellious self-confidence will not outgrow the benefits of its independence.
One can safely say that a lot has happened in these past 168 hours, both domestically and internationally.
It is now obvious that the trust the Secretary General placed in Iran was premature, but even the most cynical person must admit that this twenty four hour controversy added some spice to the talks.