Europe's AI divide

If not designed to dismantle inequalities, artificial intelligence reinforces them. That's why the EU urgently needs legislation


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Scotland’s post-Brexit perspectives

Scotland has fostered a distinct European profile throughout the Brexit process — yet maintaining it will be the real challenge


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Trump is abusing his tariff power, too

Donald Trump abuses US trade policy for his own interests and without the approval of Congress. That's definitely illegal


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Bolivia's left stands united

Evo Morales' movement might be able to exploit the right's failure to close their ranks ahead of the upcoming elections


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Moscow's Syria gamble has worked

Now the most influential actor in the Middle East, Russia looks positively at its engagement in Syria


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Russia’s path toward a better political capitalism

Branko Milanović explains the possible thinking behind Vladimir Putin’s recent clouded constitutional announcements


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Why AI will not abolish work

Without new ways of fairly distributing paid and unpaid work, technologies such as AI could bring about a highly divided world


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What Megxit can teach us about Brexit

Britain has formally left the EU — and nobody knows what will come next. But perhaps Megxit can give us an idea


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Who can defeat Trump?

Sanders, Biden, Warren? With the race in Iowa too tight to call, there's just one winner so far: American social democracy


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Trump‘s piece plan

Trump’s ‘deal of the century’ offers Palestinians only scattered islets of land. It will bring everything but peace to the region


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