Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
The Commodification of Citizenship and the Ethics of Human Rights

Imagine it is 2025. ‘Citizens for Sale’ is an online shop that sells robots that have been granted citizenship by a particular country. The old trick of marrying a citizen in order to obtain residence in a country has become outdated. Citizens for Sale’s success is based on a business model that allows humans to buy robots so that... >>

Prof. Hussein Abbass School of Engineering and Information Technology, University of New South Wales, Australia
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Global Warming and Climate Change: Reasons to Remain Hopeful
Dr. Cathy Symington and Marie-Noëlle Keijzer
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Claims Handling with Health Insurance
Agustin Lopez Carrasco Head of Claim Services, Swiss Insurance Partners AG, Switzerland
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Politics and the Regulation of Space
Dr. Marcello di Paola Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria; Research and Teaching Fellow, LUISS University, Italy
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