Throughout Russian and Soviet history, autocratic incompetence has sabotaged invasions and subjected civilians to horrific war crimes. Jonathan Firbank recounts Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, then speaks with historian Simone Azzopardi about its place in Russia’s history of terror and incompetence.
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Discover how resourcefulness and innovation in repurposing materials like broken glass, tiles, and eggshells can lead to the creation of everyday objects. Explore the collaborative effort of first-year B.Sc. (Built Environment) students under Prof. Ruben Paul Borg's guidance as they transform waste into functional and aesthetically pleasing concrete flowerpots. By incorporating waste materials into the concrete mixture, these flowerpots contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of concrete production, aligning with sustainability goals in the construction industry. Dive into the journey of producing durable, eco-friendly flowerpots that showcase the power of creativity and sustainability in construction practices.
Can women climb the academic ladder? In a society that equates men with leadership, THINK explores the career challenges faced by women, especially in academia, and how governments and institutions are fighting to promote gender equity.
Malta’s Late-Neolithic civilisation erected many magnificent structures, including the Hypogeum of Ħal Saflieni. Using Ħal Saflieni as a case study, new research by Dawn Adrienne Saliba suggests that this structure was likely used for performance rituals and represents an early form of proto-theatre.
The ability to reason has been the hallmark of humanity for centuries. It has been used as the foundation for numerous ethical systems. Yet using reason as humanity’s signature feature ostracises those with severe to profound cognitive disabilities, giving moral philosophy ableist undertones. THINK speaks with Dr Kurt Borg and Prof. Anne-Marie Callus to discuss.
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