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Talking to a DJ

This time the Artichoke provides you with an interview with German born DJ Rouven B. who is known under the alias of Dreieck (German for triangle). He studies and lives in Montreal, Canada and Maastricht, the Netherlands. To find more information about him, check his dj profile on residentadvisor.net, his mixes on soundcloud or his […]

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Gaddafi’s Death And African Union: An Interview With Libyans (Part 4)

Battle in Libya. Photo by Reuters from: Ana Sayfa In the fourth and final chapter of our interview series with Libyans (see: part 1, part 2, part 3), we will be touching some of the hot button topics, and more specifically the circumstances of Muammar Gaddafi’s death in captivity and the future of the African […]

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Cutting Through Libya’s Post-Gaddafi Fog: An Interview With Libyans (Part 3)

Libya. Photo from: exohuman.com We are continuing with our interviews with Libyans and Libyan expats (see: part 1, part 2) that took place after dictator Muammar Gaddafi was killed, but before his son Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi was captured by Libyan freedom fighters, here is part three of the interview series. In this interview we get […]

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Cutting Through Libya’s Post-Gaddafi Fog: An Interview With Libyans (Part 2)

Libyan freedom fighters. Photo from: cubanexilequarter.blogspot.com Following our original interview with Libyans and Libyan expats, which took place after dictator Muammar Gaddafi lost his life, but before his son Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi was taken prisoner by revolutionary forces, here is part two of the interview series. In this article we get to interview a French […]

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Israeli PM Netanyahu: “Arab Spring Pushing Middle East Backward”

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo from: netanyahu.org.il Yesterday Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasted the Arab Spring as an “Islamic, anti-Western, anti-liberal, anti-Israeli and anti-democratic wave.” Where? Mr Netanyahu made his comments during a Knesset (parliament) session, according to Israeli daily newspaper Haaretz. He also took the time to criticize U.S. president Barack Obama and […]

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Cutting Through Libya’s Post-Qaddafi Fog: An Interview With Libyans (Part 1)

Libyan fog. Photo by @2011feb17 Interviewing Libyans Less than a month ago, on October 20, 2011 Libya was liberated from a 42 years old dictatorship. An eight months long popular uprising celebrated its victory when Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi lost his life under unclear circumstances in heavy fighting during the rebels’ final and successful assault […]

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