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Updated on January 27, 2022 by healthlines
Online exhibition released to coincide with International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, 2022. As curators, as historians, as citizens, we are frequently reminded that the past is a foreign country. But so is the future. It’s 2086!… Read More
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Updated on December 26, 2021 by healthlines
Covid-19 Christmas in a French ICU: Fear, fatigue and loving care. De Gaulle provided the blueprint for advanced, industrial societies in search of vitality. The state of to-morrow. Frankrijk heeft Nederland ingehaald als het om vaccineren gaat, met dank… Read More
Category: Economics, English, Europe, Health Tags: america, authority, balance, care, china, christmas, cinema, civilization, cold war, coronapas, coronavirus, covid-19, de gaulle, demonstreren, deutschland, dynamics, europa, family, fatigue, fear, film, food, france, health system, horeca, human rights, icu, legislation, liberte, mandatory, marseille, napoleon, naslagwerk/reference, pandemic, passports, pest, plague, politics, power, protest, public, renaissance, restaurants, russia, social distancing, society, tags, technocracy, test, topics, unvaccinated, vaccinated, vaccines, value, virus, vision, wfh, world, yellow vest
Updated on January 23, 2022 by healthlines
China’s cultural confidence has started to influence young people’s consumption choices. Belief in an emerging economic and political superpower. The dollar is heading into a precarious year of uncertainty, volatility and moments of existential dread. Headlines about rising… Read More
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