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MODERN TIMES: Quarterly magazine next!

It was time to settle, now in our sixth year for today's MODERN TIMES. Not only is the world changing with a pandemic (see otherwise in the newspaper), but the public has also changed dramatically over the past decade.
Work In The Future. Dogan Ismail (Belgium / Turkey). See Libex.Eu

Permanent state of emergency?

KORONA: Are the European authorities truthful about how long the measures will last? Because you can't lock up a population for 12-18 months before a vaccine is developed?
photo: Saudi Runaway

Berlin stinks

Berlinale: There really was something behind the films at the Berlinale this year.
Silvano Mello, see www.libex.eu

New times for war and evil

- Time to prevent more use of biological warfare, autonomous weapons systems and mercenaries.
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The coming technological decade

Will increased control or monitoring in this decade eventually leave more to algorithms that carry out actions themselves based on so-called "actionable intelligence"?
Norway and the EU concept puzzle

What now, EEA?

The EEA Agreement is 25 year on year. What does Europe mean for Norway, and what does President Macron say about Europe's future?

"Norway's place is in Europe"

EU: If Europe is to achieve a "Green New Deal" where the environment is taken seriously, we must get past nationalism and damning populism - according to Eva Joly.
Enter your time - Hylland Eriksen

On the way into the 2020's

NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL: The conversation with Thomas Hylland Eriksen.

Gandhi's method

NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL: Fighting for peace and reconciliation is not easy.

The tragic mafia

VENICE: Mafia and corruption were the themes of several films at the Venice Film Festival in September. But why are so many attracted to power, since it so easily corrupts over time?

The fire victims of corruption

Venice's best documentary?

Moments into the suffering of others

DOCUMENTARY PHOTO: The opportunity is there now to see what professional documentary photographers are doing.

What's new in the uprising

NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL: The new form of protest mentioned by the anarchists does not want an overall "narrative" about the events in Hong Kong.

Citizens' pay or negative tax?


Out of control


Lying and truthfulness



ENVIRONMENT: New Extinction Rebellion should be taken seriously.
Demonstrations against NATO

Our dear NATO

MANAGER: Unfortunately, most people want to live under NATO protection - in a self-deception of ignorance.

Realists Stanley Kubrick

He is a filmmaker who has meant a lot to many of us. In a world that is globalized and militarized, Kubrick is still relevant.

What about Italy?

The Italian author Roberto Saviano sits opposite me, four meters away in a black armchair. In the side scenes hidden behind the curtains stands a black-clad large man on each side - with his hands crossed, armed, constantly on the lookout.

The crisis when it comes

The next financial crisis will not be like the previous one.
Eugene Richard's wife

The knot in the heart

Photographer Eugene Richards has documented fates in crack environments, at emergency rooms and mental hospitals for well over 50 years. What has driven him?

Yellow vests, taxes and black money

Is President Macron the reason why the yellow vest has taken to the streets of Paris, or are the people wearing yellow vests just generally thoroughly bored by a guardian French state?

Are you a "communist"?

My namesake Truls Øhra's new book, The History of Power (478 pages, Solum Bokvennen), is a thorough and revealing review of the abuse of power unlike solidarity communities. Let me start with a first point:

ZERO and the Nobel laureates

If you are one of those who think exhortations about environmental destruction are well exaggerated, you should not read on.
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Lie was responsible editor and publisher of Morgenbladet (1993 – 2003), Le Monde diplomatique (2003–2013), and has been responsible for MODERN TIMES since 2015.
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