The parkers are our modern working class entrepreneurs. The parkers, like the developers, landlords and ministers understand the market too well. The parkers managed to carve out their own jobs just at the right time in a neo-patronage system.
Without a clear understanding of what underpins the challenges that Malta is facing, it’s highly unlikely we’ll solve any of them.
Social ties, including friendship, are important factors which enable us to build resilience in the face of precarious conditions. What is it, then, that makes friendship so important to live a better life?
The view of Valletta was commodified—even ‘weaponised’—to make the Tigné Point apartments a desirable prospect for a few wealthy residents able to buy it.
It’s politics, not technology, that is pushing us towards dystopia.
Universities and especially the humanities, whose use for job markets and economic growth tends to be called into question, are often asked to justify their existence and their use of tax payers’ money for seemingly non-useful endeavours. How about turning the argument around?
Easter confessions of Malta’s top politicians and influential figures.