#BlackLivesMatter: why racism is still a huge problem in the US

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June 19, 2008. Barack Obama is the first black man in history to become president of the United States of America. The mood is cheerful and optimistic, as some even claim that with… Continue reading

Can Switzerland benefit from the “Brexit”?

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On 23 June this Year, the UK took part in the most important referendum in decades: 51,9% of the British people voted to leave the EU. How did it come so far? It… Continue reading

Robots reflect human beings

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Doraemon, Astro Boy, Tetsujin 28-gou (Gigantor) in fiction. Asimo, Aibo and Peppre in reality. Japanese love robots. Children grow with Doraemon and adults pay attention to Pepper’s success. When a maintenance service of… Continue reading

Go catch a Pokemon

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Childhood is a really important part of a humans life. As an adult I envy the honesty and trueness of a child. Why did everything have to change more complicated? Why can’t we… Continue reading

Queens: Ranting to myself

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Nicht weglaufen. This article is not another mindless bore that will try to convince you that homophobia is bad, because I assume that people who are still homophobic in 2016 live very far… Continue reading

Vegetarianism will not save the world

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I don’t hate animals and I am not against saving the planet. I am the kind of person who cannot spend more than 5 minutes at the butcher’s shop( because of the smell)… Continue reading

Schools should offer media literacy education to children

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Children of today spend a massive amount of their time with the media: they read news, blogs and other publications, play games and watch videos with their smartphones no matter if they are… Continue reading

Australian Election Media Blackout

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Australia is nearing the end of it’s unusually long eight week election campaign, with Australians heading to the polls on Saturday July 2nd. An outdated law has come into discussion in the last… Continue reading

Sunday, Shopping Day?

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Hungary’s government lifted 2 month ago the Sunday Shopping Ban. The unpopular Sunday closing law was introduced last year, on the 15th March. Practically it wasn’t possible to go for a Sunday shopping… Continue reading

Drink to forget

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    Make it double.I was sure that in the election campaign would pop out the names of a few usual suspects used as throwing weapons: Maduro, Tsipras, Bárcenas … But to a… Continue reading