Why you should be paying attention to Davos Seaworth on 'Game of Thrones'

Mashable

If all of Game of Thrones had an MVP, it'd be this week's clear winner: Ser Davos Seaworth, the Onion Knight. Davos has survived many years in the hellhole that is Westeros, not by being cunning or manipulative, but by trusting his instincts. In "Eastwatch," Davos does his best to talk sense into the hubristic leaders on every side of him, all while traveling Westeros at the speed of light and rescuing Gendry from purgatory apprenticeship. SEE ALSO: 'Game of Thrones' fan has the perfect theory about Ser Davos' role in Season 7 Davos is, consistently, the only person talking any sense on this show. He is a vocal advocate of not burning people alive and even though he once supported Stannis, he's put that behind him.


In surprise, Trump to be first U.S. leader to make Davos appearance in nearly 20 years

The Japan Times

WASHINGTON – Donald Trump will take his populist message directly to the world's political and business elite later this month, becoming the first U.S. president to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos in nearly 20 years.



Indian PM Modi, in Davos, decries protectionism

Al Jazeera

Delivering the opening speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Indian leader Narendra Modi has warned that globalisation is under threat.


11 experts at Davos on the future of work

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"Gandhi and Schumacher talked about "small is beautiful", villages that are self-sufficient. The Fourth Industrial Revolution was the missing link; if they had that technology they could have made that vision come alive"