Monthly Archives: October 2013

ATG|Chartwell in Berlin

Oct 17, 2013

When Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit described his city as “poor but sexy” in a 2004 TV interview, one might have been forgiven for thinking he was uttering nothing but glib marketing slogans. But there’s something about the run down streets, bursting with history and now renewed political and creative energy, that makes his words ring

Julia Hobsbawm in the New Statesman

Oct 10, 2013

Click here to read a wonderfully pithy diary column penned this week in the New Statesman by Julia Hobsbawm, the world’s first Honorary Visiting Professor in Networking. An energising read, it whizzes deftly from party conferences, the Daily Mail and Chris Huhne to Netflix and the Science Museum.

John Hulsman now writing for City A.M.

Oct 9, 2013

John Hulsman, the top Washington DC analyst who is now based in Germany, has been writing some terrific journalism for CityAM, the opinionated and highly popular City newspaper. John used to be lead Europe analyst for Heritage, one of Washington’s biggest and most influential think tanks. He’s also written some best selling books – most

Jim O’Neill on Germany’s weaknesses

Oct 9, 2013

Great piece by Jim O’Neill in Saturday’s Telegraph about the challenges facing Germany and her new government. Jim argues that a number of factors make Germany’s future look less certain than many might think given the way her world-beating manufacturing industry has exploited growing demand in the growth markets of Asia, the Middle East and

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