Mind the gender pay gap: Is sexist recruitment the case in the West?
Adilia Jilgildina holds a master´s degree in Public Policy from the University of Reading, UK. Her research interests include gender studies, international politics, religious freedom and political philosophy.
Given that there have been legislative equal pay provisions in place since 1950s, an unequal pay issue still remains very much persistent around the…
Great Expectations: welfare reform
The British government is currently rolling out a welfare reform, called Universal Credit, that…
Italy's Budget Proposal: A Fiscal Nonsense
“Italy plans an obvious significant deviation of the recommendations adopted by the Council…
Should Russia's chequebook diplomacy be a real concern in Europe?
The European Union is debating whether or not to include more countries from the Balkans in the…
Fortune or opportunity?
Audentis Fortuna iuvat
Do what you like!
“Time you enjoy wasting was not wasted.”1
Oh no …, I do not want to go…
GLOBALIZATION AND NATIONAL IDENTITY: THE CASE OF ROMANIA
As Romania prepares to vote on enshrining into its constitution the definition of marriage as an…
“The happiest slaves are freedoms worst enemies.”1
“Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose.”1
This quote from the…
Politics to Porcelain
I must study Politicks and War that my sons may have liberty to study Painting and Poetry…