Hanna Wolf

Hanna Wolf is currently studying British Literature and Linguistics as well as Spanish and Media Studies at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. Besides being a native German, she speaks English, French and Spanish. Her interests range from arts and theatre to international politics and global communication. She is a former associate editor at Fair Observer.

The Mission District: San Francisco's Street Art

December 16, 2012

For many decades, street artists have made San Francisco’s Mission District one of the most colourful and fascinating places to see, mirroring the city’s vibrant multiculturalism and diversity.

Global Drug Trafficking and Control

September 17, 2012

By Hanna Wolf and Viet-Chi Pham In the global illicit drug trade, governments as well as the police are facing changing smuggling patterns, which include newly developed trafficking routes and ruthless groups of organized crime. Background

Cocaine’s Journey to Europe

September 14, 2012

The lucrative cocaine trade from Latin America to Europe has furthered the globalization organized crime, causing an increase in violence and a deterioration of the rule of law in countries throughout the Caribbean and West Africa. While reports on drug trafficking from Latin America to North America are common, the...

It’s the Economy Again, Stupid!

August 23, 2012

In the upcoming US presidential elections, the US economy will once again be a decisive factor. It's not only about Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney, but also about two very distinct views on how to better the economic situation. Background The US will soon elect yet again the mightiest man...