Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 4-10 June, 2018

1.
INTERVIEW / Appathurai (NATO), about dialogue with Russia: It’s not great, but we need it
by Oana Ghiță, AGERPRES

2.
Black Sea: Priority for NATO
by Radu Dobrițoiu, RRA

3.
Meleşcanu: Regiunea Mării Negre – una foarte sensibilă; este nevoie de acţiuni comune
by Florentina Peia, AGERPRES

4.
Ionuţ Simion, PwC România: Este nevoie stringentă de o politică demografică şi de investiţii în educaţie, cu accent pe digitalizare
by Roxana Petrescu, ZF

5.
Cultura digitală
by Vintilă Mihăilescu in SINTEZA

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Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 21-27 May, 2018

1.
What’s the Matter With Europe?
by Paul Krugman in The New York Times

2.
The great challenge of the 21st century is learning to consume less. This is how we can do it
by Jason Hickel, World Economic Forum Agenda

3.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie urges Harvard grads to develop a “fantastic bullshit detector”
by Thu-Huong Ha in Quartz

4.
How to Give the Same Talk to Different Audiences
by Dorie Clark in Harvard Business Review

5.
The Third Education Revolution
by Jeffrey Selingo in The Atlantic

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 30 April – 6 May

1.
Is Capitalism Still Relevant?
by Peter Georgescu in Forbes

2.
The U.S. and China Are Finally Having It Out
by Thomas L. Friedman in The New York Times

3.
These self-flying drones keep a constant eye on your business
by Samuel Burke and Andrew Greiner, CNN Money

4.
Learning Is a Learned Behavior. Here’s How to Get Better at It.
by Ulrich Boser in Harvard Business Review

5.
Explore the World’s Biggest Cave From Your Couch
by Andrew Bisharat in National Geographic

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 23-29 April, 2018

1.
A Tale of Two Realities
by Javier Solana in Project Syndicate

2.
We Asked Google’s New Book-Based Artificial Intelligence About the Meaning of Life
by Erin Bartnett in Electric Literature on Medium

3.
What would a cyberwar look like?
by Daniel Dobrygowski, World Economic Forum

4.
The First “Cell-Free” CRISPR Tech Is Here To Personalize Cancer Treatment
by Kristin Houser in Futurism

5.
Reglementările legislative în domeniul digital insuficiente în era Big Data
by Ramona Jurubiţă and Cristina Spirescu in Ziarul Financiar

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 16-22 April, 2018

1.

De ce au fost importante alegerile în Muntenegru

by Ovidiu Nahoi in Dilema veche

2.

Fighting the Hydra: Lessons From Worldwide Protests Against Corruption

by Sarah Chayes in Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

3.

Se pregătește cea mai ambițioasă reformă a impozitării profiturilor în UE cu impact pentru companii și bugetele naționale

by Dan Badin in HotNews.ro

4.

In Norway, an Ambitious New Standard for Green Building Is Catching On

by Nathan Hurst in the Smithsonian Magazine

5.

The Future of College Looks Like the Future of Retail

by Jeffrey Selingo in The Atlantic

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 9-15 April, 2018

1.

Lebede Negre în Anul Centenarului

by Mircea Geoană in Adevărul

2.

Foreign policy after Italy’s elections: a major test for the winners

by Dassù in Aspenia online

3.

Gene Editing for Good – How CRISPR Could Transform Global Development

by Bill Gates in Foreign Affairs

4.

Viktor Orbán’s Survival Games

by Balázs Jarábik in Judy Dempsey’s Strategic Europe

5.

Sharing: The New Superpower

by Tom Vander Ark and Justin Aglio in Forbes

Aspen 5 Leadership Ideas – March, 2018

1.

An agenda for the talent-first CEO

by Dominic Barton, Dennis Carey and Ram Charan in The McKinsey Quarterly

2.

Lessons from the companies that are helping women succeed

by Julia Carpenter, CNN Money

3.

Why CEOs Are Taking a Stand

HBR IdeaCast, from Harvard Business Review

4.

Angela Merkel: Time for a Legacy

by Frances G. Burwell in New Atlanticist

5.

Company Vision And Values: Do They Still Matter

by Julie Chakraverty in Forbes

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 26 March – 1 April

1.

How Mark Zuckerberg Can Save Facebook — and Us

by Thomas L. Friedman in The New York Times

2.

Can Mike Pompeo Save US Foreign Policy?

by Ana Palacio in Project Syndicate

3.

Empowering and enhancing the position of women in energy

by Mehmet Öğütçü in Hürriyet Daily News

4.

X-ray ‘ghost images’ could cut radiation doses

by Sophia Chen in Science Magazine

5.

Judy Asks: Does Europe Have a Russia Policy?

by Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 19-25 March

1.

Lessons from the Iraq War After 15 Years

by Javier Solana in Project Syndicate

2.

What Trump and Putin Have in Common

by Thomas L. Friedman in The New York Times

3.

Putin’s Victory, Europe’s Temptation

by Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe

4.

Philips tests internet over light waves in a real-world office

by Michael Hicks in TechRadar

5.

From Not Enough to Too Much, the World’s Water Crisis Explained

by Stephen Leahy in National Geographic

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 12-18 March

1.

Is there a future for Europe? A view from Romania

by Mircea Geoana in Aspenia online

2.

Engaging Employees Starts with Remembering What Your Company Stands For

by Denise Lee Yohn in Harvard Business Review

3.

ShareFood: aplicația unde restaurantele pot dona alimentele în exces

by Vera Iurcu in start-up.ro

4.

Alexa wants to be your new co-worker

by Heather Kelly, CNN Money

5.

These are the countries best prepared for the global energy transition

by Rob Smith, World Economic Forum Agenda