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2016 – an outlook into a fragile future.

2015 has been a year heavily laden with major global events. According to how one of the most recent ones—the climate conference in Paris—has been celebrated, 2016 promises either the best or worst to come. True, the past year didn’t … Continue reading

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UNFCCC COP21 in Paris, economics and why the planet is heating up regardless of climate talks

The world gets more and more divided into believer and those who have replaced religion by science. While both seem to be stuck in light of different global crises, economics can’t change an imperfect world either. Being a nihilist with … Continue reading

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While asking for more democracy, what citizens really want is anarchy!

Democracy, equity and participation are some of those wonderful terms that stand for a developed society. However, while these metaphors are prominent on paper, in reality they are quickly disappearing. In Australia, the anger over the execution of some drug … Continue reading

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NSA scandal, US paranoia and the world’s real enemies

The latest NSA scandal concerning mass-surveillance of citizens in Europe proves that the US sees enemies all over the planet. Yet, the question is “who are our real enemies”? Not that I was ever very much interested[1] in US politics … Continue reading

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Why we’d better condemn the US and not Syria

Recent developments in the Syrian conflict have provoked broad public response. Not all of the world’s citizens are willing to accept a new US one-man-show any longer and they are right doing so. It’s without doubt a horrible war (as … Continue reading

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