A hope for a change: an interview with Mark Hertsgaard

In one of the Global Conversations hosted by our course, we have had the pleasure of attending a two-day conference led by an esteemed guest: Mark Hertsgaard. He is a father, author, journalist, broadcaster , public speaker and has published seven books that have been translated into sixteen languages. Moreover,… Read More »A hope for a change: an interview with Mark Hertsgaard

China – A wildcard in Global Governance?

Centuries of history, cradle of many philosophical ideas and today one of the world’s biggest economies, militaries and population combined in one country – China is the sleeping giant that has woken up. The “strong” have always attempted to divide the world amongst themselves: In the 15th Century Spain and… Read More »China – A wildcard in Global Governance?

The loneliest leader in the world – Why nobody wants to govern with Merkel

24 September 2017: Millions of Germans went voting for their new representatives and are now waiting for a new coalition to be formed to govern the country. With Donald Trump in the White House and Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin, the world is waiting for Germany to take a stand.… Read More »The loneliest leader in the world – Why nobody wants to govern with Merkel