Aber das ist meines Erachtens nie lange genug versucht worden. Das ist aber kein Grund, sie nicht ernsthaft erreichen zu wollen. Tauris, Interview with Harm Botje. And David W. Ghufran said :. Bin Salman said Assad is not likely to be ousted from power. March 30th, , pm. Name required. Mail will not be published required.
Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Joshua Landis. Follow aronlund. Follow ajaltamimi. Beides soll der untersuchende Geist der Kritik nicht erlauben. Diese Aufgabe der Kritik, zu untersuchen, welche Wirkung aus der Ursache hervorgegangen ist, und ob ein angewandtes Mittel seinem Zweck entsprochen habe, wird leicht sein, wenn Ursache und Wirkung, Zweck und Mittel nahe beieinanderliegen. So sah Bonaparte die Sache ein, und von diesem Gesichtspunkte aus hatte er recht.
Diese Frage aber kann, wie leicht zu erachten ist, gar nicht mehr beantwortet werden, ohne die wahrscheinlichen Ereignisse zwischen den beiderseitigen Rheinarmeen in Betrachtung zu ziehen. Aber das Talent wird noch auf eine andere Art in Anspruch genommen. Als Bonaparte am Gleichwohl konnte Bonaparte am Die ganze Kriegsliteratur strotzt von diesen Dingen. Wollten wir z. Allein das ist nur ein Ziel, nach dem man streben, was man aber nie ganz erreichen kann, denn niemals liegt der Stand der Dinge, von welchem eine Begebenheit ausgeht, genau so vor dem Auge der Kritik, wie er vor dem Auge des Handelnden lag.
Sprechen wir zuerst von dem Erfolg. Dies ist also ein Urteil durch den Zusammenhang der Dinge und also auch durch den Erfolg. Dieses kann man das Urteil nach dem Erfolg nennen. Ein solches Urteil nun scheint auf den ersten Anblick ganz unbedingt verwerflich, und doch ist es wieder nicht so. So vermeidet sie eine geheimnisvolle dunkle Sprache und bewegt sich in einfacher Rede, in einer lichten, d.
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Aber sie sind oft noch etwas viel Schlimmeres; sie sind oft hohle Schalen ohne Kern. Mehr als irgendwo ist dies in der Kriegskunst der Fall. Aber ein solcher Gebrauch von historischen Beispielen wird nur selten von den theoretischen Schriftstellern gemacht, vielmehr ist die Art, wie sie sich derselben bedienen, meistens nur geeignet, den Verstand nicht allein unbefriedigt zu lassen, sondern sogar zu verletzen. Ganz anders ist es schon mit dem Spanischen Erbfolgekriege, wo das Feuergewehr noch nicht so ausgebildet und die Reiterei noch die Hauptwaffe war.
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For four years now, Board Game Box AG have represented game publishing companies and their games in Switzerland, the DACH region and throughout the rest of the world, and they license games in different languages too. The company also works with board game authors. In the second half of , Board Game Box AG will bring more of their own licensed board games to the market. Das Unternehmen arbeitet auch mit Spieleautoren zusammen. Innovation for people on the go! Since Game Factory has also sold a wide range of other popular games in Germany and Austria.
Tricky Wave is a good example: Here, players have to get their turtles into the sea battling a tricky wave. The game has easy rules, a 3D game board and turtle figurines to touch, thus making it suitable for children from the age of six. Dragonwood, a combination of dice and card game that needs tactical thinking, addresses a slightly older age group. And in an extra effort to encourage customers to engage and interact, accompanying the card game Dweebies, Game Factory even holds a monthly drawing contest where children can win a Game Factory game.
Urban Surfing made trendy Micro Mobility Systems stands for a visionary change in the world of urban mobility. The concept is well received, especially in urban settings. Public transport can now be combined with exercise, allowing users to get from A to B both swiftly and independently. While the Micro Kickboards offer stability with their two front wheels, all Scooter and Kickboard models are easy to handle and feature safety components such as back-wheel brakes.
Starting out in , the innovative Swiss company has successfully turned a former toy vehicle into a lifestyle product for all ages. By the year , Micro Mobility. Systems was already producing around 80, Micro Scooters and Micro Kickboards per day, distributing their products in more than 80 countries.
Apart from the renowned Scooters and Kickboards, Micro clients also enjoy the latest product developments such as the Micro Luggage Scooter: It combines kickboard and board luggage at the highest comfort level. Why not bypass the check-in queues and take the luggage scooter on board? It is easily foldable into a compact item and the telescopic steering rod allows the scooter to be reversed into a trolley at your convenience.
The Micro Electro Scooter is ideal for longer distances and commuting. Fitted with sensors that recognise kick efficiency,. The latest in Micro innovation, the Microlino Podcar, will conquer both cities and users in a heartbeat and induce many people to change their minds about urban mobility at large.
Their approach as part of an art university and with a focus on future job opportunities is extremely unique in Europe. In the past ten years, the game industry has been growing like never before and startups keep appearing all over the world. However, it is still not easy to make a living from game designing itself.
The ZHdK recognises this but equally sees an ongoing demand for interactive all-rounders in the world of virtual design, because our society is increasingly more digital-based. Both the three-semester Master and the six-semester Bachelor programme, promote a very interdisciplinary approach. To be able to collaborate or exchange ideas with students from different yet highly relevant fields such as architecture or music is a huge advantage and demonstrates even more so why game design should be part of an arts university. This is a unique advantage because our games then simply sound different.
Per semester there are 18 to 19 students in the Bachelor course and only five to eight in the Master, to ensure that each student has enough supervision and resources. Both courses welcome students from all over the world. Although German is the main teaching language, international applicants who are not yet fluent in German should not shy away from getting in touch. The Master course is generally more flexible and includes some units in English.
We also tailor it depending on the needs of our students and the Master has a stronger tendency towards teaching in English. One of the most important projects during the past few years was their involvement in the Cybathlon in , organised by ETH Zurich. Participants had serverely inhibited or entirely non-existent motor functions form the neck downwards due to a spinal cord injury, a neurological disease or similar disability. They wear headsets and send signals via EEG to control the movement of their avatars.
They wear a heart rate sensor so, depending on their individual capabilities and ingame performance, the game provides either more or less physical or cognitive challenge. This is a genuinely new approach which is now turning into a startup. From 24 to 26 May , the emerging talents of the game design course will showcase their work at the Design Museum and invite visitors to interact.
A drive to experiment, visual originality and cultural entrepreneurism characterises all projects. Many workshops and talks give the opportunity to gain a deep insight into the world of game design. This is not only a great opportunity for potential students but always attracts the creative industry and curious minds alike, as it simply shows what the future holds. Marco Bach; Tunay Bora. No one in my family had anything to do with it before and I therefore approached this job with curiosity and aspiration. Back then, the driving force that I associated with this job was the feeling of boundless freedom.
Today, more than ever, I think that what is so special about this job is that it constantly prompts you to stay awake, to make progress, to go deeper. Nothing is routine, but rather life experience in the broadest sense. I notice this more and more. But Berlin also became my home and this is directly linked to the people in my life. Each character, each story has its very own strength and necessity, and as an actress, I try to reorganise myself every time in the service of the respective story.
The last criteria for choosing a role, however, is my intuition. Does it excite me to play this role? Does it immediately give me a special feeling when reading the script? Does this story have topics on offer that currently move and inspire me? The Pillars of the Earth: Perfect Mind in Playing this role was the first time that I felt like I played something that could have only come from me in this very moment. Back then, it was an important step towards artistic freedom. Of course, she offends others and even has to fear for her life.
The way this character was written and her courageous actions made me temporarily think that I could learn something from her as an actress instead of providing my experience to her. I think that everyone kind of stands there and looks at each other helplessly at the moment. At least it feels that way.
I play a sort of mafia chick who turns towards the evil side. It looks like the actress will be rather busy with roles this year. But, we would also like to know whether an absolute dream role exists for her. And what about other wishes and dreams? With this in mind I still have plenty of dreams and wishes, but I have also learned that life has its very own plan.
The Elbe Valley around Dresden, as the smallest wine-growing region in Germany, has a long tradition, but is still one of the undiscovered regions of culture and culinary delight at the highest level. Being from a family immersed in wine-growing tradition, the art historian bought the vineyard in , and between and , continuously expanded it. The vines in parts are growing on extremely steep hills with a slope of up to 45 per cent. Gentle handling, without any manipulative interference, and a lot of patience — those are the core ingredients for the wines: Besides offering wine tasting sessions in the Vinothek, a restaurant offers outstanding regional dishes too.
Here, visitors can again experience what makes the vineyard so outstanding: A panoramic view over the river Elbe towards the famous historic city centre of Dresden and into Saxon Switzerland. Das Elbtal um Dresden hat als Deutschlands kleinstes Weinanbaugebiet eine lange Tradition, ist aber noch immer eine unentdeckte Kultur- und Genussregion auf hohem Niveau.
Selbst aus einer Familie mit Weinbautradition stammend hat der Kunsthistoriker das Weingut erworben und zwischen und nach und nach ausgebaut. Die besondere Lage spiegelt sich im Geschmack: Am Ende des Aufstiegs zeigt sich erneut, was das Weingut so besonders macht: Discover the taste of Switzerland Switzerland is known for tasty treats like cheese or fondue - but there is far more to discover as entrepreneurs across the country work hard to bring tasty new products and culinary treats to the market.
Rosti A staple of Swiss cuisine, the famous rosti consists of thinly grated potatoes which are fried until crisp and golden. Originally a breakfast dish for farmers, it is now found throughout the country and across mealtimes. Team it up with salty bacon, fried egg and melted raclette cheese, and you will have a delicacy not to be missed! However, it has been a must-have for any local or visitor to the country for centuries.
And for good reason: How to do it: A glass of white wine goes perfectly with it. Raclette And because Switzerland has some rather tasty cheese on offer, we continue with another cheesy dish — raclette, a local cheese. Layer by layer, it is then sliced off to blanket boiled potatoes, pickles and onions. The perfect comfort food! Furthermore, raclette machines are used in many Swiss homes where friends want to gather for hours, indulging in the cheesy dish and many glasses of local wine.
Papet Vaudois A staple of the Canton of Vaud, Papet Vaudois is best described as a mash of leeks and potatoes which are stewed for hours. It tastes almost earthy and oniontinged, and poses as the perfect bed for fat sausages. This dish is a Zurich-style ragout of veal and mushrooms, and is both hearty and delicious. Landskroner Blond and Landskroner Brunette.
Only two years later they celebrated their first major order at the Art Basel. The subtle roasted-malt taste completes the experience. It is fermented with Belgian yeast, refined with coriander and orange peel, and hopped like an India Pale Ale. Es ist mit einer belgischen Hefe vergoren, mit Koriander und Orangenschalen veredelt und wie ein India Pale Ale gehopft. Seit importiert das Familienunternehmen Honig aus Neuseeland. Zudem arbeitet Honig Zangger nachhaltig: Mithilfe von Photovoltaikanlagen wird der gesamte Strom, den der Betrieb braucht, selbst produziert.
Derzeit hat der Betrieb circa 30 Sorten Ho-. Denkt man an die Schweiz, so ist es nicht unbedingt Bier, das einem dabei als erstes in den Sinn kommt. What once started as an innovative street food offering around Switzerland has grown into the successful Tenz restaurant. The momos had their beginnings in the kitchen of Tenzin Tibatsang who fled from occupied Tibet to Nepal and India as a child.
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What started off as street food, has now become a successful restaurant in Zu-. Tenz impresses with a small menu that puts emphasis on different momos, served with a variety of salads. Tenz restaurant primarily employs young Tibetan students and refugees from Tibet. Additionally, Tenz supports different projects that deal with Tibet every year for example, the Tibet Film Festival. Organic, artisan vegan cheeses made in Switzerland Vegan cheese by New Roots is a fine example of an important change in culinary trends, beliefs and ethics.
Founded in in Thun, New Roots promotes a conscious and healthy lifestyle. You can find your nearest vendor of New Roots cheese on the store locator on their website and, if you live in Switzerland, also order their products online.
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As a staple of German television, she has recently also released a CD that seeks to help people to find inner contentment through an ancient Indian philosophy. I find that acceptance, appreciation, compassion, joy and deceleration are important factors to achieve more contentment in everyday life. I feel very strongly about supporting other people and thus, want to give them a closer understanding of the knowledge of the Vedas for a happy life through workshops, presentations and readings.
After all, the wonderful thing is: Actress — has that always been your dream job or did others ever exist? I knew that I wanted to become an actress from a very early stage. And from that point on, I worked towards this goal. We know you from Turkish for Beginners or Binny and the Ghost, amongst others. Which role do you like to think back on most and why? And the rising challenger is not China or the Islamic world but the European Union, an emerging polity that is in the process of marshaling the impressive resources and historical ambitions of Europe's separate nation-states.
Europe is strengthening its collective consciousness and character and forging a clearer sense of interests and values that are quite distinct from those of the United States. The EU member states are debating the adoption of a Europe-wide constitution a move favored by two thirds of the union's population , building armed forces capable of operating independently of the U.
As the EU fortifies its governmental institutions and takes in new members Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, the Slovak Republic, and Slovenia will join later this year , it will become a formidable counterweight to the United States on the world stage. The transatlantic rivalry that has already begun will inevitably intensify. Centers of power by their nature compete for position, influence, and prestige. The mounting clash between the United States and the European Union will doubtless bear little resemblance to the allconsuming standoff of the Cold War.
While military confrontation remains a remote prospect, U. Looking ahead, the U.
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Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are destined to vie for control of the international monetary system. Europe will resist rather than backstop U. An ascendant EU will surely test its muscle against America, especially if the unilateralist bent in U. A once united West appears well on its way to separating into competing halves.
For the moment America remains largely oblivious to the challenges posed by a rising Europe. Policymakers in Washington tend to view the EU as at best an impressive trade bloc, and at worst a collection of feckless allies that regularly complain about America's heavy hand even as they do little to bear the burdens of common defense.
Moreover, most American foreignpolicy experts presume that were the EU to realize its full potential as a political and economic power, the geopolitical consequences would be minimal: That the EU and the United States might part ways would seem to border on the unthinkable. These presumptions are dangerous illusions. To be sure, Europe is not a centralized federation, and its integration is proceeding in fits and starts.
But political entities that take shape by stitching together previously separate states always emerge tentatively. The United States began as a loose confederation in After that formula proved too weak to sustain the Union, America opted for a tighter federation in It then took roughly a hundred years — not to mention a bloody civil war — for the Union to strengthen its governing bodies, nurture a national identity that transcended state loyalties, and project a geopolitical voice beyond its neighborhood.
Europe has been working at political union for about five decades and faces many hurdles in the years ahead. But the EU is already coming of age as a collective force; it is on, if not well ahead of, schedule. History also provides ample warning of the trouble likely to accompany a division such as the one that the West is now starting to experience. Consider the fate of the Roman Empire after Diocletian decided, at the end of the third century, to split the realm into eastern and western halves, leading to the establishment of a second capital, in Byzantium — which Constantine elected to rename Constantinople in Despite their shared heritage, Rome and Constantinople became rivals: Just as the Byzantines and the Romans parted ways over values and interests, so have the Europeans and the Americans.
The two sides of the Atlantic follow different social models. Despite recent deregulation across Europe, America's laissez-faire capitalism still contrasts sharply with Europe's more centralized approach. Whereas Americans decry the constraints on growth that stem from the European model, Europeans look askance at America's income inequalities, its consumerism, and its readiness to sacrifice social capital for material gain.
The two have also parted company on matters of statecraft. Americans still live by the rules of realpolitik, viewing military threat, coercion, and war as essential tools of diplomacy. In contrast, Europeans by and large have spent the past fifty years trying to tame international politics, setting aside guns in favor of the rule of law. Last year, while the EU was celebrating the launch of the International Criminal Court, the Bush Administration was announcing its intention to withdraw U.
Europeans see America's reliance on the use of force as simplistic, self-serving, and a product of its excessive power; Americans see the EU's firm commitment to multilateral institutions as naive, self-righteous, and a product of its military weakness. Americans and Europeans still enjoy an affinity arising from historical ties and democratic traditions. But even this is wearing thin. As a multi-ethnic immigrant nation, America has begun to wonder about a Europe that remains hostile to immigrants despite its shrinking population, and that falls prey to bouts of intolerance and anti-Semitism.
Europeans, in turn, take a dim view of an America wedded to gun ownership and capital punishment. At root, America and Europe are driven by different political cultures. And the cultural distance appears to be widening, not closing, putting the two sides of the Atlantic on diverging social paths. As the EU continues to rise, its economic and political interests are likely to collide frequently with those of the United States, intensifying the ill will.
Airbus has surpassed Boeing as the world's leading supplier of commercial aircraft, and Nokia is the top producer of cell phones; they are only two of many European companies that are now besting their U. In Britain and France each ranked ahead of the United States in the value of corporate international acquisitions. Much of the investment capital that buoyed the U. These economic successes are impressive in their own right, but there is more to them than meets the eye. From the outset European economic integration has been a daring experiment aimed at politically binding together the continent's long-warring nations.
And the intended effects are now visible. Driving across the border from Germany to France is like driving from Virginia to Maryland: The EU in appointed its first foreign-policy chief, who has been busy overseeing the creation of the union's new military forces even as he pursues diplomatic agendas in the Balkans, the Middle East, and other trouble spots. And the Union decided earlier this year to construct its own satellite network, called Galileo — a move that will reduce European reliance on U.
All these initiatives enjoy strong public support, with more than 70 percent of Europe's citizens favoring, for example, a single security policy for the EU as a whole. Even if the EU makes good on its military plans, its defense capabilities will admittedly be modest compared with those of the United States.
Its members are uninterested in projecting military power globally not least of all for the costs associated with doing so. Accordingly, a division of labor is emerging, in which the EU manages Europe's security while U. This is not a recipe for a face-off between titans, but it does spell the end of Europe's deference to its American protector and the potential unraveling of NATO. Britain's decision to enhance its leadership role in Europe is moving the EU more quickly toward self-reliance. London for years kept its distance from the Continent, but Prime Minister Tony Blair has altered course, orchestrating the EU's push on the defense front and working to take his country into the Euro zone.
As part of its postwar policy of reassurance and recon-. Since , however, when the seat of government moved back to Berlin, symbolizing a renewed self-confidence, Germany has been actively guiding the EU's evolution, marking out a pathway for building a federal Europe. This new enthusiasm for Europe's collective enterprise is partly a product of domestic politics. For most of the postwar era, politicians sold integration to their constituents by arguing that it offered the only way for Europe to escape its bloody past. But the younger generation of Europeans has lived through neither World War II nor the Cold War, and therefore has no past from which to escape.
As a result, a new political discourse is emerging — one that sees integration as a vehicle for enhancing Europe's power and achieving, rather than checking, international ambitions. The French used to be alone in looking to the EU as a counterpoise to America, but the other members have now joined in. Tony Blair has asserted, "Whatever its origin, Europe today is no longer just about peace.
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It is about projecting collective power. According to Romano Prodi, the President of the European Commission, the EU's executive body, one of the chief goals of the union is to create "a superpower on the European continent that stands equal to the United States. Bush's penchant for unilateralism, in particular, has provoked European pique. As Bush backs away from the Kyoto Protocol on global warming, withdraws from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, attacks Iraq without UN approval, and distances the United States from a host of multilateral institutions, Europe grows ever more convinced that it must both challenge America and chart its own course.
After September 11 Europeans hoped that an America confronted with the threat of terrorism might rediscover the virtues of multilateralism. But soon Bush was unilaterally declaring Iraq, Iran, and North Korea an "axis of evil" and indicating that he intended to topple Saddam Hussein with or without the approval of U. Germany's Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer then cautioned Washington that "alliance partners are not satellites.
The war against Iraq brought these tensions to a head. America may have demonstrated that its military might is unsurpassed and its resolve unwavering. But by acting against the court of world opinion, the United States has compromised perhaps its most precious asset — its international legitimacy. As a consequence, nations are more likely to resent rather than respect U.
All roads used to lead through Washington. Now a second road is opening up, one that runs primarily through Europe. The occupation of Iraq has proved treacherous and difficult. And the United States, having alienated many of its allies through its unilateral ways, is having a devilish time convincing other countries to help out either militarily or financially. Even with more help from the international community, the prognosis for Iraq is not good. Years of war and sanctions have. Religious, ethnic, and tribal rivalries abound, making it a challenge simply to keep the country together.
Under the best of circumstances, the rebuilding of Iraq will be long and painful; it will probably take several generations for stable democracy to take root. The most likely scenario is that the United States will stay the course through at least the presidential elections in November Bush could not run for a second term if Iraq collapses in the meantime. After the election, however, Washington may well seek to hand over the country to the UN, well aware that Iraq has the potential to turn into an endless quagmire.
The unenviable position in which the United States now finds itself is at least to some extent the fault of the Bush administration. Its hubris and overestimation of the utility of military force drew it into Iraq at the same time that it drove away potential partners. But the current state of affairs represents not just a passing moment brought on by the miscalculations of the Bush administration.
Beneath the surface, the international system is in the midst of profound and irreversible change. As Europe increasingly holds its own and the United States continues to shrug off compromise, the international institutions that have helped to promote peace and prosperity since World War II will inevitably falter. As the EU enlarges eastward, it will come to dominate the geopolitics of Eurasia, gradually replacing America as the arbiter of the globe's strategic heartland. As capital flows to Europe and a rising Euro competes with the Dollar as a reserve currency, the monetary stability of recent decades will give way to a self-interested jockeying more reminiscent of the s.
The order that has come with a single captain at the helm will be no more. History is coming full circle. After breaking away from the British Empire, the United States came together as a unitary federation, emerged as a leading nation, and eventually eclipsed Europe's great powers. It is now Europe's turn to ascend and break away from an America that refuses to surrender its privileges of primacy.
Europe will inevitably rise up as America's principal competitor. Should Washington and Brussels begin to recognize the dangers of the growing gulf between them, they may be able to contain their budding rivalry. Should they fail, however, to prepare for life after Pax Americana, they will ensure that the coming clash of civilizations will be not between the West and the rest but within a West divided against itself. He is the author of several books, including "The End of the American Era: It is not a traditional map, but rather a cartography of Europe as a landscape of information flows.
It thus presents the continent in a new perspective.
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