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Rudolf Taschner indroduces ten believes to choose from for enlightened people. What to have faith in, in a post-rennaissance world?
Democracy and religion: how are these related and would a separation be appropriate?
ORF correspondent, Mag. Wehrschütz, on the role of the Balkan states in the EU and on the perspectives which the EU can offer.
Nutrition ethics: "meat eating machos" and obese Europeans examined.
History does not always lead to a better understanding between nations - a group of experts highlighted and discussed issues relevant to Hungary.
in a discussion chaired by Paul Schmidt, an expert group examined constructive ideas in an increasingly populistic world
Jan-Werner Müller, born in Bad Honnef, Germany in 1970, is a German political researcher. He studied in Berlin, London, Oxford and Princeton, and since 2005 he has been teaching in Princeton. What is Populism At the beginning of the lecture,…
Nature conservation is a sensitive and difficult area. So many interests are involved and more so in precarious economic times ...
International experts speak about: the expectations of the Austrian chairmanship for 2017, the relation to Russia and how the OSCE is viewed worldwide.
What effect will the EU GDPR have on the individual? Will companies be put in their place or is this again one of these feared illusions?
Yemen: Two experts on the region explain the complex situation in the war-torn south west of the Arabian peninsula. The solutions will not be easy!