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.
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.
Greece’s endless eleventh hour agreements and continued resistance to bailout package terms have many wondering what next steps the country should take.
Screwy economic realities have lead to more and more young people prioritizing living standards over wealth.
Freedom has a cost. Unfortunately that cost is often freedom.
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.
Yesterday, stubborn people made an erroneous choice because they are mislead enough to ignore the fact that their corrupt and inefficient domestic system is breaking their backs – and not an evil-spirited Europe.
While Torsten Albig is having success within the SPD with abstruse ideas regarding the Internet, the Union is becoming a party of digital Titans. Philipp Mißfelder will advise the Internet star Peter Thiel in the future.
The Occident is neither a state nor a community but a simple narrative – one that is often misused
The weakness and desperation of Nigel Farage’s claims are the strongest arguments for Britain to stay in the EU.
The game being played around the Greek crisis lays bare the failings of an entire political class.
Calculatung risks, we really only have three options: mitigate, eradicate, accept. But what to choose when it comes to the incredibly tragic risk of a depressed pilot?
Alexis Tsipras’ victory is the first sign of courageous and uncompromising politics that we have seen in years. The Greeks have voted in favor of Europe.
Unlike other European politicians, Alexis Tspiras may not be making empty promises. He may actually present a chance for real change. Radical change.