Ne morem se pohvaliti, da sem najbolj discipliniran bralec. Malokatero knjigo preberem od prve do zadnje strani, vedno imam odprtih veÄ. Pravtako je veÄino Äasa nabor izrazito raznovrsten in obsega tako znanstvene knjige o ekonomiji, zunanji politiki in druÅ¾bi kot tudi leposlovje. Kljub temu pa se v mojih rokah v zadnjem Äasu najpogosteje znajdejo zapisi, ki odkrivajo drugaÄne plati Amerike (in sodobnega kapitalizma): revÅ¡Äino, diskriminacijo, nemoÄ. Vse od izbruha krize in selitve Äez Atlantik so to teme, na katere sem veliko bolj pozoren, s svojim pisanjem za VeÄer jih skuÅ¡am pribliÅ¾ati tudi bralcem v Sloveniji…
(Zeloten zapis o mojih bralnih navadah na Metini listi, spletni postaji za osebe Å¡irokih pogledov in aktivnega duha.)
So, this has been a long journey. I just landed in Washington, DC and I’m back to school! I will be at the Elliott School of International Affairs for the next two years and will hopefully have more time than before to blog. I’ve missed it, I hope you did too. So, watch this space.
Not really a news, since my last post dates to December 2008. However, I owe apologies to those that hoped for more.
In any case, I hope to be back one day. Until then enjoy reading others…
I’m back from a cold weekend in Berlin. I love the city, I’ve spent some 5 month living there in 2003, when I did the internship with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). I’ve previously also spent 2 weeks attending the summer school of DGAP in 2002. And work brought me to Berlin very often in the past years…every time I go there with pleasure.
But to the weekend. All the participants from the various Summer Schools, New Faces Conferences and people that have spent working at the DGAP, are tied into the Alumni Network that is being supported by the DGAP’s International Forum on Strategic Thinking. And we had a great Alumni meeting in 2005, now followed this weekend with its 2nd Edition. The concept is good and it provides both a bit of intellectual stimulus and some fun. Continue reading