Tag Archives: United States

Germany, America and the Global Order

How two reluctant, yet pivotal powers adjust to a pluralistic and less Western world order.

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Madam Ministers

The state of female cabinet members around the world.

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Nurses Urgently Needed: Another Critical Global Shortage

Why nurses need us to care.

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The Achilles Heel of the West

Tolerance is no purpose in itself, but a precondition for reconciling truth and liberty.

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Tax Carbon Consumption: Europe’s Best Environmental Strategy

Why Europe needs to act on climate change – and how.

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The Atlantic Civilization and Its Enemies

Squeezed between a self-destructive Russia and Arab world, Western nations need to focus on their roots.

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The Power of Video: From ISIS to the NFL

The power of the media to shape and shift public opinion.

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The Failure of Islam to Reform

Only Islam can extricate itself from the failures in its history.

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China Loves a Weaker Russia

Why may China want to support Ukraine – even if it means quarrelling with Putin?

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More Geopolitical Fumbles by the United States

U.S. bombing, reluctant Arab friends and ill trained Iraqi troops to save the world?

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