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.
Our columnist has done her research: This is the guide to modern world domination.
German-Greek relations need fixing. While governments seek to repair them on the political stage, societal-level exchange programs are needed to break through negative media coverage and bring Germans and Greeks closer together.
Only war and hatred tend to give way to progress and cooperation. 70 years after the end of WWII, we need to break with this paradigm.
Young people struggle to make themselves heard in Europe. In order to stop the spread of apathy, we need to teach them how to engage.
Italy’s government is celebrating the country’s recent economic growth, but not all indicators point to success. What happens in the future will depend on how solidly Renzi can prevent the “Berlusconization” of today’s political culture in Italy.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is bringing stability to Italy with his grand coalition and electoral reforms. But how long will it last?
Lamentations about the state of the Italian economy have become so commonplace, Italians barely react to them. But Italy’s public debt problem has proven big enough to make a splash.
Roman taxi drivers are competing for business against Uber. Is the online service the future of the market or should it be regulated? The struggle is representative of Italy's wider issue of conservatism against progression.
We would do better for the world spreading critical reasoning tools and mechanisms than raising endless sums of capital to be fluttered around.
What if your inaction is to blame for the death of your loved ones?
Should we be shocked that people believe irrational things? Not really. We bombard children with information before we teach them how to think critically. It’s a daily mass murder of malleable mindsets.
Elections in the United Kingdom have been disappointing for nearly everyone.
Reluctance aside, the world still needs an American superpower.
Our best hope for proper civic engagement is state sovereignty. But many confuse it with a dangerous sense of nationalism.
Nationhood, and the way we perceive it, is potentially the most controversial topic of the 21st century.
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.
2014 is the year of historical landmarks. But rather than commemorating tragedies, countries across Europe organize shallow spectacles.