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The Human Dilemma
Maybe we made mistakes
by Melanie Sully
When I was a child television was in its infancy. It occupied an obscure part of the room looking like a piece of furniture and was tentatively opened out of a cupboard for a few hours a day.
The British Monarchy
Its status and actual challenges
by Colin A. Munro
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) is a constitutional monarchy, without a written constitution.
Curse or Blessing?
by Ian Murdoch
From loyalty coins….
What football clubs are currently facing
by Jochen Ressel
Sports associations, clubs and sports facilities are confronted with numerous questions and are required to provide answers.
Thinking about the role of Austria in Europe
To which culture does Jacob Christoph Rad belong, who was born in Switzerland, grew up in Galicia, lived in Vienna and, as a factory director, invented the sugar lump in Moravia?
First published in “Society” No 378, December 2020 -June 2021.
By Emil Brix
Honorary President of the Austro-British Society.
Social Media Oligarchy
Opportunity or threat for Democratic processes?
by Jochen Ressel
When the picture above appeared, some might have thought: It comes four years too late – but better now than never.