The wrong side of history
It is a shame that instead of standing on the right side of history, Robert Abela has turned his back to the genuine pleas of two hurt parents and thousands of Maltese who want a...
A small victory in the never-ending fight for free speech
The Dalli judgments are just one small victory in the never-ending fight for free speech and an enabling environment for journalism to thrive
The only important thing now is closure

To many, there is more at stake in the outcome of this case than justice for the Caruana Galizia family, or even the pursuit of truth for its own sake. There...

To many, there is more at stake in the outcome of this case...

Panama, revisited

We can blame political ‘filibustering’ on the bi-partisan consensus out there: always capitalise on the failings of your enemy, even if it means...

We can blame political ‘filibustering’ on the...

Culture change needed on domestic violence

Whether domestic and gender-based violence is a new reality, or a reality...

Whether domestic and gender-based violence is a new...

Taking on Labour: opposing Muscat's growing supremacy

If an Opposition party is to fight Labour’s growing supremacy, it has to...

If an Opposition party is to fight Labour’s growing...

Desperate times call for desperate measures

According to statistics, Delia's approval rate is the lowest ever...

According to statistics, Delia's approval rate is the...

The EP resolution must be heeded

The European Parliament's resolution on Malta is important for us, and we should be mature enough to put aside political differences and accept...

The European Parliament's resolution on...

Malta should set its own ethical standards and get its act together

Rightly or wrongly, Malta has gained a reputation for notoriety in the...

Rightly or wrongly, Malta has gained a reputation for...

Secrecy must be attacked

Under circumstances where institutions cannot be trusted to undertake their responsibilities, information leaks are not only bound to happen... but they have...

Under circumstances where institutions cannot be trusted to...

No politics, no scandal

As with Panama, Malta features prominently in the cache of the leaked Paradise Papers, but to date, no political names have been exposed.

As with Panama, Malta features prominently in the cache of...

Malta’s ‘amoral familism’, revisited

Malta's two-party system knows it is kept alive by patronage and...

Malta's two-party system knows it is kept alive...

Complex reforms call for in-depth discussion

Just before the 2013 general election, Joseph Muscat said he intended to give...

Just before the 2013 general election, Joseph Muscat said...

Salvaging Muscat’s legacy

Joseph Muscat knows only too well that Labour’s brand has been severely damaged. From now on, he faces an uncertain political future

Joseph Muscat knows only too well that Labour’s brand...

Investigation must remain top priority

The effect of Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder on the public will be 'extraordinary'. 'Such is the nature of a crime against everything that...

The effect of Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder on the...

The pen conquers fear
Nobody deserves to die

Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder was a cold, calculated and barbaric act that has shocked the nation

Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder was a cold,...

A ‘feel-good’ budget, but at what cost?

Over the decades the budget has evolved into something more pervasive than...

Over the decades the budget has evolved into something...

Edward Scicluna’s strategy pays off

Not many finance ministers have the luxury to present budgets, which turn up a fiscal surplus... Edward Scicluna is in exactly that position

Not many finance ministers have the luxury to present...

A manifestation of prejudice

That such a motion could even be considered a politically sagacious move, in the climate of Malta today – after the recent battles won by the Gay Rights...

That such a motion could even be considered a politically...