5G – the generation of too much?

Translated by Claudia Oppong Peprah Some think it is faster with higher performance others consider it more dangerous and even more devastating for the environment: 5G. However, despite all the technological progress 5G remains an object of political conflict. As a symbol of capability and power it is the cause of conflict between two archrivals: […]

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Elon Musk: the hope of humanity?

Translated by Marie Peltomäki, proofread by Charlotte Rossi Elon Musk, the notorious futurist and conceptualist, is the embodiment of technological development and the inevitable changes of today’s world. The co-founder of PayPal, SpaceX and Tesla Motors, amongst other big companies, is reinventing the contemporary industry. Elon Musk is a 49 year old entrepreneur. The South-African […]

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Netflix & Culture: American Horror Story: Coven, fiction and reflection of the American history

Translated by Charlotte Rossi, proofread by Marie Peltomäki What if watching a TV show could teach you more than you think? If you have not heard of this fantasy and horror-based series available on Netflix, you should know that American Horror Story (AHS) separates its seasons into full stories that are independent from one another. […]

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China and Canada : rising tensions

Translated by Natacha Perrin, Proofread by Amel Attatfa On December 2018, Canadian authorities arrest Huawei number two, Meng Wenzhou, in Canada. The following days, China, with whom diplomatic relations have been deteriorating over the years, put two Canadians on remand. On June 19th, 2020, China formally charges them with spying. Is it revenge of mere […]

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Hillary Clinton to be evicted from Texan schoolbooks?

TRANSLATED AND PROOFREAD BY MATHIEU POLLET Hillary Clinton is to disappear from the social studies curriculum in Texas, following the State School Board’s preliminary vote on the 15th of September. A decision that is yet to be confirmed by a final vote, in spite of the controversy this is creating. A will to “streamline” the curriculum. […]

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