- 27.01.2020 USA
In 1953, following the violent suppression of anticommunist protests in East Berlin, Bertolt Brecht wrote a poem called “The Solution” in which he asked the communist rulers if it would not be “easier” for them “to dissolve the people and elect another.”
How to temper idealism with the demands of responsible statecraft—without abandoning our commitment to democracy and human rights? This is the question facing America’s foreign policy hands as they look beyond the Trump presidency.
Who has the right to be forgotten on the Internet? Is writing a single Tweet enough to qualify the action as harassment? Do we need laws against individuals who “only” repost threats or fake news on social media? These are some of the questions discussed with Nani Jansen Reventlow.
Interior design is an important aspect of our everyday life. We live in an environment that we designed for ourselves or that somebody else designed for us, and our surroundings influence the way we feel, think and act. You might think that you are not affected by the room you are currently in, but these effects are psychologically proven.
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When asked on the state of Russia’s relations with the European Union, the director of the Carnegie Center in Moscow Dmitri Trenin recently said that “the time of crisis has passed”; the “new normal” has taken its place, here to stay for another decade or two.