Jerusalem has been the focus of hopes, dreams and prayers of the Jewish people around the world for three millennia. Now US-President Donald Trump has clearly pronounced, that the USA recognize... read more
Turkey transforms into a dictatorship. President Erdogan uses Islam to consolidate his power. So Turkey isn’t a democracy any more. Is Islam to blame for this?
Makes it wonder that a policitians whose policies are often refered to as “without alternative” turns to the man of the categorical imperative when it comes to her decision-making? Angela Merkel and the search for the German soul.
Greece’s endless eleventh hour agreements and continued resistance to bailout package terms have many wondering what next steps the country should take.
Elections in the United Kingdom have been disappointing for nearly everyone.
Reluctance aside, the world still needs an American superpower.
President Barack Obama is well known to be a frequent user of modern technology. No wonder some newspapers gave him the title “Social Media President.” Obama’s Twitter account is the third most followed in the world. Only Katy Perry and Justin Bieber have more followers. Every 33rd person that is active on Facebook likes the 44th president of the United States.
Women’s equality is directly linked to Europe’s overall well-being. Only by overcoming gender inequality can we truly lay the foundations for the continent’s future.
We do hold a responsibility to remember about the dark past of Nazism. However, this is not for Germans only to shoulder this responsibility in the form of national guilt.
Across the world, people are getting to stage to share their biggest failures.
Half a decade after Stéphane Hessel’s call for outrage, young people continue to languish in apathy. Could our society’s emphasis of individualism be at fault?
Our vision of the world is dictated by our perspective. What if that perspective gets skewed?
Governments ask conformity in exchange for safety. It is a transaction we cannot accept.
John Nash devised a supremely rational, Nobel Prize-winning model. He was also a supremely irrational man. How can this be?
Today, fashion is a mass-produced commodity. This makes us forget that what we wear used to be a political statement – and could once again be an instrument of change.
During the Greek crisis, protest has migrated online. But who is listening?
There will inevitably come a point when you lose track of progress. Better to accept it now.
Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis came for finance talks and made the fashion pages. Why are we so surprised when someone couples a fresh approach with a different look?
Should police officers wear cameras to clarify cases like that in Ferguson? I don’t think so.