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Living Metrics: G3iD 1.1

Living Metrics captures the digital reach of a specific entity across a range of social media, measuring the quantity and quality of network relationships...

International Geneva: Already a leader in the next Industrial Revolution

The World Economic Forum's Klaus Schwab calls it the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It's the one that will do away with middle-class and professional jobs...

Trump’s Impact on International Law: A Great unravelling?

Two months into the new United States administration, US President Donald Trump has already had an impact on international law, and the international legal...

Peacekeeping: When all seemed lost …

Monrovia, Liberia, August 5, 2003: General Cobra sat behind a wooden desk, bare but for an elephant carved from rosewood, a porcelain figurine of...

Rex Tillerson and the ‘Art’ of the Oil Business

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Why ‘media’ is not journalism

Among the scariest aspects of the creeping coup d’etat in America is that so many among the fringe of voters who elected Donald Trump,...

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

FROM THE EDITOR: Real democracy doesn’t come on a platter. Nor does credible information.

Launching into our second issue of Global Geneva (APRIL-MAY, 2017), we realised that we could not ignore Donald Trump. Or what is happening to...

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Counterpoint: Perfumed toilets: going round the S-bend?

It's the S-bend that makes the difference. Invented by Alexander Cummings in 1775, it stops the flies getting into the compost and keeps out the smells. Crapper turned it into a U-bend that would not jam in 1880. So he deserves some gratitude for...

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