Reflections on the futility of food nationalism.
A new era of globalization is dawning, but it is accompanied by serious challenges.
The idea long promoted by international sports federations that sports and politics are unrelated has always been an illusion.
This World Food Day what can citizens do to create a global movement to address hunger and climate change?
Collective intelligence is needed to build a new multilateralism for the 21st century.
The world has encountered a series of shocks over the past 15 years. This should lead to more realistic expectations about the timetable for further globalization moves.
If history is to serve as a guide, xenophobia must be treated as a grave risk that is as contagious and as deadly as any virus.
The coronavirus-induced shift to more digital life highlights a new source of significant worry: Computers are also very susceptible to infections by viruses.
The temptation to forecast the end of globalization is large, but very premature.
Acknowledging that we live on the edge of uncertainty is terrifying for modern people. How to deal with that?