Call for Papers: Geopolitics and the Future of Globalisation

We are calling for contributions on the changing geopolitical context and Europe’s place within it.  
Deadline: 25 August 2021. 

Fighting the New Climate Change Denialism
Fighting the New Climate Change Denialism
EN
05/08/2021
A new type of denialism is taking hold in the fossil fuel industry, a bid to ward off systemic change and protect their business model.
From the Green Wave to Eco-hegemony
From the Green Wave to Eco-hegemony
EN
03/08/2021
On questions such as climate, Greens have won the battle of ideas, but the battle for power is still being fought. Is it time for a new strategy?
Germany: Towards a Socio-Ecological Market Society?
Germany: Towards a Socio-Ecological Market Society?
EN
20/07/2021
The political choices Germany faces in the coming years – on issues such as the environment, the economy, and the significance of freedom – will be of great consequence. Will the next chancellor be up to the task? And what kind of coalition agreements are likely to be on table? In the second of a two-part series, Reinhard Olschanski looks at the contenders and potential scenarios, and sets out what is at stake.
A Green Feminist Foreign Policy for the EU
EN
30/07/2021
Navigating the Culture Wars on Europe’s Borders
EN
29/07/2021
Opportunism not Ideology: Fidesz’s Campaign Against Sexual Minorities
EN
23/07/2021
The Radical Centre: German Greens Won’t Sit at the Fringes
EN
22/07/2021
Beyond the Berlin Republic: Germany’s Road to the Polls
EN
16/07/2021
Fighting the “Privilege Hazard”: A Feminist Data Intervention
EN
14/07/2021
Spotlight on Tourism
Steering Tourism to a Greener Course in Belgrade
Steering Tourism to a Greener Course in Belgrade
Belgrade has invested heavily in making the city more attractive to tourists in recent years. It is time it steered a more sustainable course.
Cities as Empty Shells: Urban Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World
Cities as Empty Shells: Urban Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World
The pandemic traps tourist destinations between the opportunity to shift towards a more sustainable model and the pressure of economic need.
Life on the Green Islands of Southern Europe in 2049
Life on the Green Islands of Southern Europe in 2049
For renewable energy communities, the path to sustainability is paved by political choices.
The ‘Guggenheim Effect’: Pride and Prejudices
The ‘Guggenheim Effect’: Pride and Prejudices
Few cities have succeeded in recreating the success of Bilbao’s Guggenheim museum. What was its secret & what can this tell us about urban dynamics?
Democracy Ever After? Perspectives on Power and Representation
Democracy Ever After? Perspectives on Power and Representation

Between the progressive movements fighting for rights and freedoms and the exclusionary politics of the far right, this edition examines the struggle over democracy and representation in Europe today.

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