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24 April 2017

Art – Socialist architecture disappears

A photojournalist breathes new life into nearly extinct Yugoslav Socialist architecture.
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24 April 2017

DOSSIER – The forgetten Balkans

A very young and vital population that needs a change to overcome the ghosts of the past, which are still too close at hand.
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24 April 2017

LEADING FIGURES – From Rome to Montmartre

Former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta, now teaching in Paris having stepped aside after his political and personal clash with Matteo Renzi, offers his view of Italy, Europe and democracy.
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24 April 2017

POINT OF VIEW – New borders

Recent events would suggest the time has now come for most of the world’s diplomatic establishments to rewrite Middle Eastern geopolitics and revise the details of the Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916.
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24 April 2017

REPORT/3 – Franchising terrorism

PART THREE: After the fall of the Berlin Wall, low-cost ‘franchise’ terrorism is now upon us, backed by a range of different funding solutions.
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24 April 2017

Adam’s rib

The significant difference in pay and access to leadership positions between men and women still has to be bridged. It’s time for a suffering global economy to mind this gap.
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24 April 2017

Why not a G8?

At the table in Taormina, there’s no room for Vladimir Putin, who has decided to abandon Western standards and develop his own leadership style.
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24 April 2017

Defence and free market at stake

“The world first” should be the slogan of the G7 meeting under the Etna volcano. It’s a world that has become much bigger since the first summit in 1975.
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24 April 2017

The G7 seeks a southern revival

In times of social media and direct democracy, the meeting of world powers must come up with tangible and viable solutions or lose relevance.
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24 April 2017

EastWest – The point of the G7

Do G7 meetings still make sense? Or are they just a waste of time? Do these G7 summits have an impact on our daily lives? Or are these summits a bit like New Year’s resolutions, when we make plenty of principled promises only to forget them the next day?
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