Tag: security

Politics

Biden is unlikely to overreach in the Middle East. But as Kissinger could tell him, it would also be a mistake for him to turn his back on it. That KJU (Kim Jong Un) was not present is… Read More

Taiwan

Long left out in the cold, Taiwan is ready to be a global force for good. It all comes down to government clarity and transparency. You have to let the people know what the government is trying to… Read More

Opportunity

Today is a time of incredible risk, and taking the path of least resistance could have existential consequences. But it is also – for the first time in a long time – a moment of real opportunity. A… Read More

Tech

The future of HR leadership, geo-neutral pay and possible relocation pay cuts. Today’s tech executives are often as easily tripped up by grandstanding politicians as were their auto-executive forebears. Lessons for Big Tech from Ralph Nader. NFT’s, digitale… Read More

App

Samenwerken betekent nu ook: chatten, videobellen, tegelijkertijd samen in een bestand werken en online brainstormen. Organisaties en medewerkers. Apps won’t work. Appliances may not work. People don’t even know all the things they depend on. All of a… Read More

Ethiek

COVAX is based on the recognition that a free market system is unlikely to ensure globally equitable vaccine access during a pandemic. It risks losing health equity out of sight in favour of equity markets. The coronavirus turned… Read More

Data

A study of over 5 million people vaccinated with 2 doses has found that a small minority of people remain at risk of Covid-19 hospitalisation and death.  More than 80% of the refugees in Jordanian camps now use… Read More

America

After decades of foreign policy radicalism that has created a string of disasters, Biden may at least begin to revitalize the United States’ role in the world. Covid-19 has now killed about as many Americans as the Spanish… Read More

China

Beijing is seeking to showcase the China-Lao train as a Belt and Road Initiative success story. Will it stop in China’s backyard? Fear of being overthrown or a pathological need for control, China is going to tilt its… Read More

Beeldbellen

A sign that this grand experiment in telecommuting has done more than just make Zoom a part of our everyday lives and vocabulary. We take a look at how one year of working remotely has changed the workforce…. Read More

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