Lecturing (EU-Erasmus) in Barcelona on social work in times of fake news and populism (26th March)

From 24th to 26th March I was invited to be guest lecturer at Universitat Ramon Llull, specialized in Social work in Barcelona.  The funding came from EU Erasmus mobility fund for lecturers in exchange program with Catholic-University Eichstätt. There I am teaching regularly as a guest lecturer as well.  The topic of my lecture was “Social […]

Danger of the lone wolves. A small analysis after the Hanau case (21st February 2020)

My analysis in English about the recent right-wing inspired lone wolf attack in Germany (Hanau) – a deeper analysis is in my book on the topic (just published, Springer, 2020)   https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030361525 Danger from “lonely wolves”: The perpetrator from Hanau was among us February 21, 2020   Friday February 21, 2020By Florian Hartleb The attack […]

Book chapter “e-Estonia. New Silicon Valley or a new 1984?” (Springer)

© 2020 Redesigning Organizations Concepts for the Connected Society Editors: Feldner, Denise (Ed.) Addresses the digital transformation in the context of business, government and society Offers valuable insights on the role of trust and new public policy concepts in digital networks Includes case studies on the most recent approaches and projects Addresses the most important questions […]

Just published my book “Lone Wolves – The New Terrorism of Right-Wing Single Actors” (Springer)

  Free Preview © 2020 Lone Wolves The New Terrorism of Right-Wing Single Actors Authors: Hartleb, Florian Highlights the dynamics and ideological roots of lone wolf terrorism Written in clear and straightforward language for the politically interested reader Discusses suitable countermeasures to prevent future terror attacks About this book:  As the attacks in Norway, Munich and […]

EU in troubles? An answer (together with Roland Freudenstein), December 2019

György Schöpflin, a former Hungarian MEP from the Fidesz-Party and well-known Professor, writes about trends that cause concern within the EU. “For the small countries of Europe—and this includes all the former communist states—the thought of being integrated into a European empire should be anathema,” says Schöpflin. “They’ve all been through the imperial wringer, several […]