Simon Muehlbauer

“If you do not like today’s world, make tomorrows” My name is Simon and I am from Germany. I always like to take on a new adventure, which is why I wanted to come to Global Governance and the Global Observer in the first place. I want to see the world and be a part of all the changes around us.

Search and Plant Trees – The ecofriendly search Engine

How convenient is google? You need to know something, you google it, you find it. It is great, isn’t it? The search engine is so convenient that the term ‘to google something’ was even added to several dictonaries in various languages all over the world. If you think about it… Read More »Search and Plant Trees – The ecofriendly search Engine

Goodbye Merkel ~ Through Rose-Colored-Glasses

Berlin, Oct. 29 2018 German Chancellor Angela Merkel announces that she will not candidate as the leader of her Christian-Democratic-Party in December and that, in the national elections in 2021, she will not run as German Chancellor again. With this news Chancellor Merkel not only surprised, but scared many people… Read More »Goodbye Merkel ~ Through Rose-Colored-Glasses

Sustainable Energy – Realistic or just a dream?

We always talk about sustainability: The Sustainable Development Goals, Sustainable Energy, Sustainable anything… The word is present in our daily life and at some point, people just nod and say “yeah sure “without actually thinking about it anymore. But have you ever asked yourself what the word “sustainable” actually means?… Read More »Sustainable Energy – Realistic or just a dream?

The madness of markets – a story of human insanity

What is insanity? Insanity is doing something over and over again, while expecting a different outcome. The world economic crisis in 2007/08 came as a shock to everyone. Despite the fact that it happened before. The economy has seen several crisis, even before we had fancy words for all the… Read More »The madness of markets – a story of human insanity

How are you doing in China? – The curiosity of languages

Whenever we start learning a new language, we are confronted with different challenges. Those challenges depend very much on the language we are about to learn and on the langueges we already know. When you learn English you may have a problem with all these different tenses you have to… Read More »How are you doing in China? – The curiosity of languages

Dividing and Uniting – German-French Relations in Europe

“Europe is an ambitious project, it is an active utopia, struggling to coalesce and consolidate the otherwise disconnected, multidirectional actions. How active that utopia will ultimately turn, depends on its actors.” (Zygmunt Bauman). Let us examine Europe and let us therefore look at this quote, that defines the European Union… Read More »Dividing and Uniting – German-French Relations in Europe

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela – A Force behind a curtain?

April 2nd, 2018: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies at the age of 81 in a Johannesburg hospital, after a life of struggle and scandal, of sacrifice and victory, in the fight against apartheid. Today mostly known because of her marriage to Nelson Mandela, the former liberation fighter and President of South Africa,… Read More »Winnie Madikizela-Mandela – A Force behind a curtain?