Examining human reactions over past technological breakthroughs can give insight into what might be the most disruptive breakthrough of all: artificial intelligence.
With one hegemonic power in decline, the international order needs a game-changer – not a direct replacement.
A new world of consensus and collaboration is not a better place. It is the only way for the human race to survive.
Winning has never felt this bad.
How can we observe and interpret (the distance between) success and failure from a historical perspective? This question remains a difficult one to answer.
The Charie Hebdo massacre in Paris shows that the European Union must resume its historical mission against the forces of fascism.
It is time for Brussels to live up to its very idea, and to show the same. Biology and geopolitics share one basic rule: comply or die.
How to draw the line between the recent and still unsettled EU crisis and Asia’s success story? Well, it might be easier than it seems: Neither Europe nor Asia has any alternative.
Anis H. Bajrektarevic scours the past, present, and future of the MENA region, all the while asking one simple question: where is the counter-narrative?
Examining the link between European identity and the Arab Spring.