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Alexander Dürnagel (2. f. t. l.) from the German Ministry of Transport with Professor Tomas Sauer (f. t. l.), Dr. Stefan Mang, Vice-President Professor Harald Kosch and Professor Michael Granitzer.
Alexander Dürnagel (2. f. t. l.) from the German Ministry of Transport with Professor Tomas Sauer (f. t. l.), Dr. Stefan Mang, Vice-President Professor Harald Kosch and Professor Michael Granitzer.

What influence does AI have on the mobility of the future? Researchers at the University of Passau are looking into this...

Plakat mit Aufschrift 'Black Lives Matter'; Adobe Stock
Plakat mit Aufschrift 'Black Lives Matter'; Adobe Stock
Historical classification by Dr. Viola Huang

Media should not allow such statements by Trump and other politicians to stand without comment. In doing so, they...

The town of Tuncurry on the New South Wales north coast with bush fire out of control in bushland. Photo: Adobe Stock
The town of Tuncurry on the New South Wales north coast with bush fire out of control in bushland. Photo: Adobe Stock
Bushfire crisis in Australia

The Australian Federal Government would do well to remember some ideas from Western state philosophy, such as Bodin,...

Passanten auf dem Alexanderplatz in Berlin. Symbolbild: Fotolia
Passanten auf dem Alexanderplatz in Berlin. Symbolbild: Fotolia
Professor Zehnpfennig on success of far-right AfD

What makes the AfD so strong? It is a mixture of reasons that has promoted the emergence and rise of the party. Whether...

Europafahne vor dem Gebäude des Europäischen Parlaments in Brüssel
Europafahne vor dem Gebäude des Europäischen Parlaments in Brüssel
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We took the EU elections and our key topic of 'Europe and Global Transformation' as an opportunity to discuss the...

"Der argumentative Einsatz des people's will gegen die Repräsentantinnen und Repräsentanten des Volkes trifft den britischen Parlamentarismus ins Mark", schreibt die Passauer Rechtshistorikerin Prof. Dr. Ulrike Müßig zum Brexit-Drama
"Der argumentative Einsatz des people's will gegen die Repräsentantinnen und Repräsentanten des Volkes trifft den britischen Parlamentarismus ins Mark", schreibt die Passauer Rechtshistorikerin Prof. Dr. Ulrike Müßig zum Brexit-Drama
Professor Ulrike Müßig on Brexit

The political discourse in Great Britain is shaking the foundations of British democracy. On common sense and fairness,...

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