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Death of a Translator – Putting PTSD on the front page

Most foreign correspondents covering conflicts and humanitarian crises, including those who somewhat presumptuously dub themselves “war reporters”, like to imagine that we are not...

Advice to mediators from the other side of the barrier

Reporters are present at virtually every international mediation. Yet they are rarely asked what mediators could do better in providing information for the public....

Why we need to watch Brad Pitt’s film War Machine

  As with the wars in the Middle East, Afghanistan highlights the difficult political choices and counter-insurgency strategies the US has been pursuing fruitlessly since...

Israel: Fifty years of shrinking democracy

Geneva Hub is open to any member of the Global Geneva Support Community or guest writer at the invitation of the editors. The Right...

The Gerald Durrell Legacy: My career and other animals

Children hate going to bed.  They always want to stay up for just another few minutes, and a few more.  But on dark winter...

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

FROM THE EDITOR: Real democracy doesn’t come on a platter. Nor does credible information.

Launching into our second issue of Global Geneva (APRIL-MAY, 2017), we realised that we could not ignore Donald Trump. Or what is happening to...

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Counterpoint: Perfumed toilets: going round the S-bend?

It's the S-bend that makes the difference. Invented by Alexander Cummings in 1775, it stops the flies getting into the compost and keeps out the smells. Crapper turned it into a U-bend that would not jam in 1880. So he deserves some gratitude for...

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