Ukraine crisis: ways out of the dilemma?

“War in Europe” is the headline in all the media these days. Sad, true - but surprising? Since I was allowed to take part in a seminar with two of the most important think tank presidents in the USA in connection with the security conference, the last point has to be answered with no. More [...]

The green space

I was recently asked a question when I was discussing the space industry: What does aviation and space travel have to do with sustainability? Very much. I followed up the question directly and was fascinated myself. A contribution by Beatrice Bischof. Read more ...

A constant up and down …

The traditional Schreibmayr business closes - its history shows how crises affect companies. Since 1826, the name Schreibmayr has stood for writing culture in Munich. After almost 200 years of company history, the end of the month is the end for the traditional business - Corona and the caprices of the Munich rental market have [...]

By |2021-03-17T07:15:11+00:00January 15th, 2021|Economy, Münchner Merkur, Society|0 Comments

The North Korean Nuclear Crisis: Stop The Super Game!

According to Fred Charles Iklé, it has been proven so far that foreign policy negotiations are only one phase of a never-ending “super game”. But how can you end the super game about North Korea's nuclear weapons? What are the basics of the conflict? What are the constants and what are the variables beyond 24 [...]

By |2021-05-21T02:37:06+00:00December 6th, 2017|Economy, Foreign Policy|0 Comments
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