Monthly Archives: June 2015

“RealityCheck”, shaken not stirred…

In quantum mechanics, you can be at the same time in many different places, and see for yourself what really is going on around. But in our real human world, if you are professionally, or personally, highly inquisitive about how … Continue reading

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The United Patience

It was one of those weeks that cannot bear no consequences: Chatham House 2nd London Conference on global trends; Kofi Annan speech in Stuttgart, Germany – “The world is spinning out of control: who takes responsibility in crises and conflicts?”; … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Experience

It was great privilege to attend the presentation of Ruud Lubbers, former Prime Minister of the Netherlands (1982 – 1994), organised by the Hague Institute of Global Justice, and learn from an exceptionally experienced and successful politician and statesman ideas, … Continue reading

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