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Are you just a human or already a citizen?

When does a person get to be a human? At the moment this discussion is being carried out in Europe over

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Muhammad is like Jesus

Author and Islam critic Hamad Abdel-Samad has unpacked the stereotypes about the prophet of the Muslim

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More Feminists

Women’s equality is directly linked to Europe’s overall well-being. Only by overcoming gender inequality

Europe’s struggle against the dominance of digital platforms

Whoever has the relevant data can control market concentration and dictate how competition works: How the IT market is being liberalised and

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Ugur Sahin: We are pleased about the vaccine efficacy of 95% in the overall population

After conducting the final efficacy analysis on our ongoing Ph3 study,

“Make it in Africa”

The PETS Approach (Policy Economy Technology Society A Foreign Policy Ecosystem)

Failure of multilateral Dipolmacy: Nagorno-Karabakh is an example

Around 6am on September 27 intensive fighting, featuring large-caliber

NATO plans a new start

NATO is suffering under Donald Trump. But if Joe Biden wins the elections,

An Appeal by Three Women in Government: "Culture Needs Diversity"

Working together to ensure equal opportunities for women and men. An article

Tucker Carlson sows doubts about Joe Biden's integrity

The FoxNews anchor presented Tony Bobulinski, an ex-business partner of

Will the Kremlin Go Beyond Election Interference?

Once the Kremlin is persuaded that Joe Biden will become the US’s next

Why Merkel has been keen to pursue a rapprochement with Russia

It is only a few weeks ago that Russian state authorities aimed to kill,

President-elect Joe Biden & Vice President-elect Kamala Harris Address the Nation

Martin Luther King Day

Boris Johnson: confrontations instead of negotiations with the European Union

Great Britain has left the European Union on 31 January 2020 but the majority of voters wants to remain in the European Union, proportional votes

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Apocalypse No

For millennia, man has been fascinated by the idea of global apocalypse.

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Universities’ bureaucratic rule

Three tendencies characterize modern education, especially at the university

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The same tired arguments

Despite his conservative critics, Obama's opening to Cuba is as significant

The green space

Recently, I was asked a question - when discussing the space industry: What does flight and space travel have to do with sustainability? A lot.

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Eurosclerosis 2.0

Several generations worked hard for over 50 years for the EU to flourish

Bringing the EU up to date

This article explains why updating the EU is better than revolutionizing

Europe’s struggle against the dominance of digital platforms

Whoever has the relevant data can control market concentration and dictate

A complementary model of political consulting

“Listen to the science” is the motto for both the coronavirus pandemic

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The green space

Recently, I was asked a question - when discussing the space industry: What does flight and space travel

Eurosclerosis 2.0

Several generations worked hard for over 50 years for the EU to flourish politically and economically.

Bringing the EU up to date

This article explains why updating the EU is better than revolutionizing it by rebooting it. It discusses

Europe’s struggle against the dominance of digital platforms

Whoever has the relevant data can control market concentration and dictate how competition works: How

A complementary model of political consulting

“Listen to the science” is the motto for both the coronavirus pandemic and climate policy. It is

Trump’s Words: Preparatory Function for Actions?

The U.S. has become the world's test laboratory where the tensile strength, elasticity and hyperextension

Increase of global persecution of Christians by 30,7%

Open Doors, a NGO concerned with the worldwide persecution of Christians, published its annual World

Germany after 15 years of Merkelism

The secret of Angela Merkel's success for 15 years in office: an unpretentious, unexcited leadership

Beheading in France could bolster president’s claim that Islam is in ‘crisis’ – but so is French secularism

A French high school teacher who had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad to his class was beheaded

An Appeal by Three Women in Government: "Culture Needs Diversity"

Working together to ensure equal opportunities for women and men. An article for TheEuropean by the German,

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Most People Are Rationally Ignorant

What decisions would we make if we deliberated carefully about public policy? Alexander Görlach sat down with Stanford's James Fishkin to discuss deliberative democracy, parliamentary discontent, and the future of the two-party system.

A Violent Tea Party?

For many Europeans the massacre in Arizona is another evidence that political violence is spreading in the United States but this unfortunate event was the deed of a mentally ill person, not a political activist. There is no evidence of an increasing political extremism tearing America apart. Using

Passage to India

The US and Russia don't agree on much - but they are both keen to develop a good relationship with India. How do we know? Look at the arms trade.

"Cities are making us more human"

More than 50 percent of the world's population now live in cities – and there is no end of urbanization in sight. Harvard economist Edward Glaeser believes urbanization to be a solution to many unanswered problems: pollution, depression and a lack of creativity. He spoke with Lars Mensel about the

No Glove, No Love

Contrary to the mantras repeated by the press, HIV infections are not increasing. We need to move away from activist scare tactics and towards complex risk management strategies.

Perfection Is Not A Useful Concept

Nick Bostrom directs the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University. He talked with Martin Eiermann about existential risks, genetic enhancements and the importance of ethical discourses about technological progress.

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