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Can white people experience racism?

By |2020-09-18T13:23:55+03:00September 27th, 2018|The Economist-Open Future|

  Accusations of “reverse racism” haunt an American professor   START with this truth of American society: disparaging remarks about white people as a whole that would be simply impermissible for other sets of people are largely permissible and carry few repercussions. This fact seems to enthrall the left and enrage the right. Sarah Jeong, [...]

Interview with Professor Dinos Arcoumanis

By |2020-11-03T18:19:33+03:00September 26th, 2018|Greek Business File|

Interview with Professor Dinos Arcoumanis Business File, June-July-August 2018, No 116 Shipping Conferences are back! Following two successful shipping conferences, the 11th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Marine Services Forum in London and the 4th ShipIT Conference in Athens, we republish the interview of Professor Dinos Arcoumanis. As he explains, of particular interests are the issues of slow steaming [...]

Part III: The Collapse of Civilizations by Malcolm H. Wiener

By |2020-11-03T17:35:34+03:00September 20th, 2018|Greek Business File|

Part III: The Collapse of Civilizations by Malcolm H. Wiener In a new paper for the Belfer Center, “The Collapse of Civilizations”,  acclaimed Aegean prehistorian Malcolm Wiener explores five paramount causes of collapse of civilizations. Dr. Wiener’s paper finds that major episodes of climate change have had profound impacts upon cultural continuity, and that the interactions between climate [...]

Eleusis, Athens, Lavrion: The new Athenian cultural Trilogy

By |2020-11-03T16:21:22+03:00September 19th, 2018|Greek Business File|

Eleusis, Athens, Lavrion: The new Athenian cultural Trilogy Business File, June-July-August 2018, No 116 On the occasion of the 11th General Assembly of DIAZOMA association which will be held on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd September 2018 in Lavrio, Attica (ancient Laurion) on the topic: “The trilogy of Athens:  Eleusis – Athens – Laurion”, we republish the article [...]

Part II: The Collapse of Civilizations by Malcolm H. Wiener

By |2020-11-03T15:29:19+03:00September 19th, 2018|Greek Business File|

Part II: The Collapse of Civilizations by Malcolm H. Wiener In a new paper for the Belfer Center, “The Collapse of Civilizations”,  acclaimed Aegean prehistorian Malcolm Wiener explores five paramount causes of collapse of civilizations. Dr. Wiener’s paper finds that major episodes of climate change have had profound impacts upon cultural continuity, and that the interactions between climate [...]

The case for and against assisted dying

By |2020-09-18T13:26:37+03:00September 18th, 2018|The Economist-Open Future|

  Why, as part of our Open Future initiative, The Economist has asked proponents and opponents of assisted dying to write for us   LITTLE doubt exists as to where The Economist stands on assisted dying. In 2015 we ran a cover calling for laws to be changed in Britain and elsewhere to allow doctors to help the terminally [...]

Part I: The Collapse of Civilizations by Malcolm H. Wiener

By |2020-11-03T15:05:01+03:00September 17th, 2018|Greek Business File|

Part I: The Collapse of Civilizations by Malcolm H. Wiener In a new paper for the Belfer Center, “The Collapse of Civilizations”,  acclaimed Aegean prehistorian Malcolm Wiener explores five paramount causes of collapse of civilizations. Dr. Wiener’s paper finds that major episodes of climate change have had profound impacts upon cultural continuity, and that the interactions between climate [...]

Why the world should adopt a basic income

By |2020-09-18T13:39:33+03:00September 11th, 2018|The Economist-Open Future|

  UBI improves lives, enhances freedom and is a matter of social justice, writes Guy Standing   A BASIC income (BI) is defined as a modest, regular payment to every legal resident in the community, paid unconditionally as a right, regardless of income, employment or relationship status. Contrary to conventional wisdom, the case for BI [...]

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