Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 17-23 September, 2018

1.
Why Big Tech and the Government Need to Work Together
by Ash Carter, Wired

2.
Ukraine’s Incomplete Transformation
by Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe

3.
The Med: hub or flashpoint?
by Ian Lesser, Aspenia

4.
Could a Digital Silk Road solve the Belt and Road’s sustainability problem?
by Winston Ma Wenyan, World Economic Forum Agenda

5.
A life insurance giant is asking customers to wear health trackers
by Dave Gershgorn, Quartz

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Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 10-16 September, 2018

1.
Is Democracy Dying? A Warning From Europe: The Worst Is Yet to Come
by Anne Applebaum, The Atlantic

2.
Why every leader will need Behavioral Science 101 in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
by Caroline Webb, Quartz

3.
What Will It Take to Make Buildings Carbon Neutral?
by Linda Poon, CityLab

4.
Business In The Key Of E, For Empathy
by Peter Georgescu, Forbes

5.
Keeping Focus in a World of Distractions
by Daniel Goleman, Korn Ferry Institute

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 3-9 September, 2018

1.
Why ‘Track II Diplomacy’ Is So Important
by Calli Obern, The Aspen Institute

2.
The case for a post-Brexit EU-UK democratic partnership
by Pablo Castillo-Ortiz in EUObserver

3.
A New Kind of Labor Movement in Silicon Valley
by Rick Paulas in The Atlantic

4.
Literatura, ca festival
by Corina Șuteu in Dilema Veche

5.
The way we use mammograms is seriously flawed but AI could change that
by Hope Reese in Quartz

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 27 August – 2 September

1.
Judy Asks: Does Europe Have an Alternative to Populism?
by Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe

2.
Ziua de Curățenie Națională
by Elena Drăghici, National Geographic România

3.
Europe’s Dog Days of Summer
by Ana Palacio, Project Syndicate

4.
New Career Training Policies And Missed Opportunity In Flexible Work
by Gregory Ferenstein, Forbes

5.
This Device Tracks How Well You Wash Your Hands
by Nathan Hurst, The Smithsonian Magazine

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 20-26 August, 2018

1.
The Case for Motivation: What’s sapping it, what will bring it back
by Janice Ho et al., The Korn Ferry Institute

2.
A New Model of Human Security
by Javier Solana in Project Syndicate

3.
Sports Betting in the Public Interest
by Tom Farrey, The Aspen Institute

4.
Germany’s Way with Turkey
by Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe

5.
What if Mother Nature Is on the Ballot in 2020?
by Thomas Friedman in The New York Times

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 6-12 August, 2018

1.
White House of Lies
by Joseph S. Nye in Project Syndicate

2.
What Economic Indicators Hide: America’s Poor Next Door
by Peter Georgescu in Forbes

3.
Are you an integrator or a segmentor? Knowing the answer can help with work-life balance
by Leah Fessler in Quartz

4.
While We Sleep, Our Mind Goes on an Amazing Journey
by Michael Finkel in the National Geographic

5.
More Cities Want to Embrace ‘Democracy Vouchers’
by Tanvi Misra in CityLab

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 23-29 July, 2018

1.
Do job training programs work? Wrong question
by Maureen Conway in Fast Company

2.
Andrei Roth: „Nu ştiu cine investeşte într-o ţară din patriotism”
by Bogdan Stanciu in SINTEZA

3.
The Creative Fuel Of A Living Wage
by Peter Georgescu in Forbes

4.
Can Crowdfunding Save Romania’s Independent Media?
by Oscar Stanciulescu and Marian Popovici, Global Investigative Journalism Network

5.
Could These Glasses Cure Your Motion Sickness?
by Emily Matchar in the Smithsonian Magazine

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 16-22 July, 2018

1.
Helping Workers Develop a Creative Eye
by Daniel Goleman, Korn Ferry

2.
Children who exercise have more brain power, finds study
by Chinmay Jadhav, World Economic Forum Agenda

3.
Don’t Throw It Away—Take It to the Repair Café
by Linda Poon, CityLab

4.
This Is What Robotic Art Looks Like in 2018
by Meilan Solly, The Smithsonian Magazine

5.
New Nordic trend: shifting towards a plant-based diet
by Lisbeth Kirk, EUObserver

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 9-15 July, 2018

1.
Scrisoare către Donald Trump
by Mircea Geoană in Adevărul

2.
2018 NATO Summit: Finally a focus on the Black Sea?
by Iulia Joja and Octavian Manea in RealClearDefense

3.
Cheap Sensors Are Democratizing Air-Quality Data
by Jason Plautz in CityLab

4.
How to Mentor Someone Who Doesn’t Know What Their Career Goals Should Be
by Tania Luna and Jordan Cohen in Harvard Business Review

5.
The future of shopping is trying things on in augmented reality
by Simone Stolzoff in Quartz

Aspen 5 Ideas. Week 2-8 July, 2018

1.
The Decline and Fall of Brexit
by Jacek Rostowski, Project Syndicate

2.
Facing Wildfire Threats, Cities Ditch Fireworks for Drones on July 4th
by Linda Pool, CityLab

3.
Problemele cele mai importante pe care le avem în societate și în lume sunt legate de lipsa de educație – partea a doua a VIDEOinterviului cu Irina Anghel-Enescu. Despre donațiile pentru educație de la Harvard și școala de “combinații și obligații” de la București
by Eugen Istodor, HotNews.ro

4.
Is #MeToo Too Big?
by Megan Garber, The Atlantic

5.
Romanian #Europeanheroes who rescue people for free
by Lorelei Mihala, Euronews