Monthly Archives: June 2022

Does history tell us anything?

I read this recently in Ruth Ben Ghiat’s book, Strongmen: “The Cold War made Mobutu’s long rule and luxurious lifestyle possible. The age of decolonization marked a shift in the economic order, with the end of European empires bringing the … Continue reading

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When we rebuild

Bertrand Piccard says we must develop wisdom and respect. He is collecting 1000 solutions which exist already, but then will promote them to attract greater investments. We can rebuild whilst not recreating the harmful environments of the past centuries. https://bertrandpiccard.com/articles/the-1000-solutions-callContinue reading

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