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The Rule of Law Compromise: The EU’s Gift to Autocrats
The German presidency has framed the EU budget deal as a success, but it is an alarming blow to the European Commission's power to uphold the rule of law. Despite tools and sanctions being available, the Commission's failure to act swiftly and decisively enough has emboldened autocratic leaders within the EU's own borders.
Paris on Two Wheels: Leading the Race?
Paris on Two Wheels: Leading the Race?
An ambitious policy to encourage cycling sparked by the pandemic has the potential to transform the French capital's transport landscape.
Green Transition in China: At What Cost?
Green Transition in China: At What Cost?
China’s approach to tackling the climate crisis is easily touted as decisive, admirable action. But to those paying attention, its human and environmental costs cannot be ignored.
Coronavirus Recovery and Just Transition in Spain: A Unique Opportunity
Coronavirus Recovery and Just Transition in Spain: A Unique Opportunity
The EU Covid-19 recovery programme is a critical juncture for Spain to accelerate its ecological transformation.
Revolution in Belarus: Surprisingly Female?
Revolution in Belarus: Surprisingly Female?
Female activists have been at the forefront of protests in Belarus, in marked contrast to the patriarchal culture that has long been entrenched in Belarusian political life.
Buen Vivir: A Concept on the Rise in Europe?
Buen Vivir: A Concept on the Rise in Europe?
Rooted in indigenous traditions, the concept of buen vivir has gained prominence in Latin America. We explore its rising trajectory and influence in Europe.
Pixelated Truth: Covid-19 and the Battle for Reason
Pixelated Truth: Covid-19 and the Battle for Reason
The Coronavirus pandemic has become a battleground, with far-right forces leading the attack and undermining respect for nature, science and reason.
Ecocide: Towards International Recognition
Ecocide: Towards International Recognition
The fight to have ecocide recognised as a crime against humanity is finally yielding results in international law, but enforcement and proportionality remain uncertain.
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