Including Feminist Fashion Statements™, a moving speech on race, and an invitation to be weird.
We need to have more empathy for people that suffer from addiction, as well as more appreciation for the people who do the dirty work of enforcing drug laws.
Aging populations are both a blessing and a curse. What will our world look like when old age becomes the norm?
Britain’s lukewarm approach to the European Union has done it more harm than either full integration or an outright departure ever could.
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.
What Islam is lacking is neither Reformation nor an Enlightenment. Rather, there are two neglected measures that could make Islam sustainable for the future. The model has already been tested in the Christian world.
Through acts of terror, militant Islamists want to avenge God but commit idolatry instead.
The nation state is the single most important source of identification in our societies. The Internet is not the first to challenge its concept, but it's probably the most successful.
The Internet as we know it has come under threat. As governments and large corporations poise themselves to take control, the question is: What can we as individual users do?
Instead of adapting our democracy to new circumstances and insights, we’re trying to organize it with the 1989 Game Boy because we use the 2014 iPad to watch cat videos.
It takes significant resources and good lawyers to do some of the best public interest journalism. Traditional media organizations are not the only entities capable of providing this service, but they remain uniquely positioned to do so.
The Japanese monster “Godzilla“ once anticipated the fears and risks of a whole century. Who could fill its shoes?
Despite all warnings, it took an infection on American soil for the West to respond to Ebola. The virus is much more than just a medical challenge.
With “Body”, Małgorzata Szumowska succeeded in making a small, touching movie about how we use our bodies to handle certain things.
Sebastian Schipper’s “Victoria” is a stunner, a breathless Berlin tour-de-force.
Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay face their past as a married couple in “45 Years”.
The Berlinale’s opening film “Nobody Wants The Night”, despite a spectacular cast and gorgeous cinematography, turned out rather pale.