Published in: Can Europe Make It?The digital freedom risk: too fragile an acknowledgment
At least at first, freedom dies without human beings being physically hurt. The author is convinced that the freedom risk is the most fragile among the global risks we have experienced so far. He calls for a digital humanism.
Published in: HomeTowards a European spring
Individuals should be able to feel that not all of the risks of the world, and especially not those of banks and states threatened with bankruptcy, are being dumped onto their shoulders. But that something exists that deserves the name “European Community”.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The power of Merkiavelli: Angela Merkel’s hesitation in the Euro-crisis
Hesitation as a means of coercion – that is Merkiavelli’s method. Only one fate is worse than being overwhelmed by German money and that is not being overwhelmed by German money. Power grounded in the economy has no need to invade and yet is ubiquitous.