Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Trump’s Moves Better Suited to Our Interconnected Globe in Our Times

Last week, President Trump made another strategic move on the global chessboard. He officially announced that the U.S. is pulling back funding for the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) for Palestinian refugees. Germany, in response to Trump, announced that it would

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Global Interdependence Means No One Wins a Trade War

The storm around the rapid deterioration of Turkey’s economy sent shock waves in financial markets — globally. In light of the worsening relations between Turkey and the U.S., and as a result of President Trump’s declaration of double caps on

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Smartphone Era Demands We Bridge Tech-Generation Gap

Studies conducted in different countries show dependency on smartphones is growing. France recently banned the use of smartphones in schools. The decision was made out of concern that students were becoming addicted to mobile-phone use. Will such restrictive moves solve

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When Did Breastfeeding Become a Bargaining Chip?

It is, and always has been, the best food for babies. There is no controversy about the benefits of breast milk, but its politicization is giving us food for thought. The New York Times claimed that the U.S. government unsuccessfully threatened nations

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Why Social Platforms Are Making Us Less Social

Is the social media you use made with good intentions? Far from it. A recent BBC investigation opens up about the meticulous work that goes into making social media apps as addictive as possible, and that roughly the third of the world’s

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July 4th Reminds: Independence Only Grows Rooted in Unity

Today you celebrate your 242nd birthday. You grew from various groups of settlers and separated colonies into the 50 united — and independent — states of America. Freedom is the product you always promoted in the global arena, the brand

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Winds of Change: US Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council

When you have an international watchdog that seems to look obsessively in one direction, isn’t it a sign that there is an elephant in the room? The unprecedented move by the U.S. to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council

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4 Steps to Curing Video Game Addiction, Returning to Reality

Gaming addiction has been classified as a mental health condition by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to the WHO, gaming disorder is characterized by a lack of control over gaming, and gaming taking higher priority over other interests and daily activities,

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Is Human Connection Without Borders Possible?

President Trump’s executive order reversing the policy of separating children from parents sent to jail for crossing the border illegally comes as no surprise, due to the international uproar the children’s ordeal caused. But what is next? It is impossible

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Trumps Trade War Hits Global Politics’ Reset Button

Sticking to his Buy American, Hire American motto, President Trump continues his trade war against the world. Not just against those he defines as economic enemies such as China, but also against countries who were considered longtime allies and loyal

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Ireland’s Abortion Referendum: A Global Perspective

This week’s dramatic referendum in Ireland showed that the majority of Irish people want to do away with an age-old law by which women who have abortions, and doctors who help them do so, could face up to 14 years

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Hawking Was All About Benevolent, Honest Science

The death of world renowned astrophysicist, Stephen Hawking, can be seen as another nail in the coffin of genuine science. Hawking’s honest approach to science was exemplified by his readiness to admit his mistakes. In his 70s, he admitted that

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