By the end of the 1960s, rock and roll was at the forefront of popular music not just in the western world but beyond. In Asia, Japan and The Philippines were two early markets that embraced the genre. But long before Arnel Pineda joined the legendary American band Journey, two […]
Chelsea Manning has been released from a US prison after 62 days of incarceration. Her “crime” was refusing to testify before a secret grand jury over matters that could compromise the safety of individuals involved with Wikileaks including and especially Julian Assange. Due to her refusal to testify, she was […]
On the latest episode of Sputnik, George Galloway and Gayatri Galloway discuss the meaning of Victory Day in the countries that stood with the USSR on the 9th of May, 1945. Also in this episode is a discussion on Cuba and Latin America featuring Rob Miller. Podcast link here
George Galloway and Adam Garrie share their thoughts leading up to the 9th of May.
Philippine Reform: Here’s Why Parliamentary Systems Breed Less Corruptions Than Presidential Systems
Transparency International has released the 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index which ranks the nations of the world by widely held perceptions regarding corruption in the public sector. Of note is the fact that the top ten nations and beyond all have parliamentary political systems while the bottom ten and beyond each […]
On this episode of The History Boys, George Galloway and Adam Garrie talk all about popular music.
Originally released November 2018