Category Archives: Power

China and The World: The End of Realpolitik – by Ole Döring

Anyone who has been following the current reporting on the Chinese Communist Party Congress or the possible involvement of Cosco in the Port of Hamburg will have an inkling that German-Chinese relations are not in good shape. These days, China is all too quickly identified

“Digging Deep, Crossing Far” – Interview with Julia Tieke

Julia, first of all congratulations to an amazing exhibition. When did you first come across this phenomenon of POW camps for ‘colonial soldiers’? It is obviously not a very well-known part of German history. I came across it roughly two years ago when I read

“Freedom Vs. Diversity” – Public Lecture by Vibodh Parthasarathi

My congratulations to Habib University to realise a wonderfully innovative set of programmes within an equally wonderful and warm physical environment. I am particularly amazed by creative structure of the CSD programme that has boldly sought to fuse a practice stream with a studies theme