What would you do if the American President invited you for a meeting at the same moment as your daughter's first musical recital? Of course, you would go to the President. "No", former Vice President Mike Pence says. "You should go listen to your daughter."
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Unlocking a phone with your face is interesting, but facial recognition with a controversial app is different. In "Your face belongs to us", the American tech journalist Kashmir Hill describes this technology's history and possible future.
Jaakko casually crossed my path last week while I was on the road in Finland’s Biblebelt. As a reporter, I had arranged with a pastor there. He was waiting for me at the church entrance with two others. One of them was Jaakko.
A Bible commentary for Central and Eastern Europe? Would that differ from a commentary for Western Europe or Southern Africa? That could be a question for anyone who bumps into the “Central and Eastern European Bible Commentary” (CEEBC).
You buy a house on the free market. To live in it, your property rights must be protected. The market cannot do that. It takes the state to do so. And that, says Francis Fukuyama, is precisely the strength of the liberal order.
More than 16 years after the huge sales success of "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas", John Boyne is back with a sequel.
Anyone who wants to understand Hungary and its Prime Minister must know the history of its capital. Victor Sebestyen's "Budapest: Between East and West" describes the history of a complex society that has struggled with its identity and position in Europe over the centuries.