Vienna-born Ari Rath, former editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post, died on January 13, 2017, at the age of 92. A strong advocate for peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, he furthered dialogue between Vienna and Israel, as well. The …

If our education decides our future, what happens to upward mobility and equal opportunity?

The creative industries need to be ever-fresh. Michael Conrad of the Berlin School of Creative Leadership talks about what it takes to create like a boss

The city that brought forth Wittgenstein, Freud and Schrödinger, Vienna is again a hotbed of ideas and scientific research

Academia and business don’t mix? A group of Austrians set out to bridge the gap, and business is booming

The Holy Trinity of a formal education is classroom, exam, diploma. This model is being challenged all over the world

You don’t have to be a seeded pro to participate in Austria’s organized tennis tournaments

For American citizens overseas, doing your civic duty is easier than you think: Cast an absentee ballot!

The Brexit vote has shaken the Europe’s political foundations. Will the project begin to unravel, or is this a new start for the Continent?

Smart cities need smart citizens. A growing movement of initiatives and startups, harnessing social media and using top-notch technology, aims to give city residents a voice at City Hall.

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