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The Far Right’s Firm Grip on the MainstreamDemocracy

Far-right parties kept winning elections and holding influence on society, attracting part of the political establishment.

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Alcarràs and As Bestas: Spain’s Renewable Energy Divides Play Out in CinemasGreen Transition

Two blockbuster films chronicle the renewable energy debate in Spain, highlighting the issues caused by land exploitation.

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Political Renewal on Europe’s Divided IslandDemocracy

A new leadership offers Cyprus chances for radical change, but more effort should be asked when it comes to defending the island's rich environment.

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Migrant Women Face a Double Penalty at WorkMigration

Despite the progress made towards greater gender equality at work, many women work jobs that they are overqualified for, especially migrant women.

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Where Will the Green-Labour Alliance in the Netherlands Lead?Politics

Greens and Social Democrats hope that cooperation will end decades of right-wing government.

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Global Biodiversity Governance Has a Big BlindspotEnvironment

A biodiversity crisis is underway despite stronger global rules for nature.

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Sweden’s Green Transition AbandonedPolitics

The Swedish government's reliance on the Sweden Democrats is steering the country away from a progressive course.

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Brazil Turns Green?Politics

We ask what lies ahead for Brazil under Lula's government which has promised to do more on environmental and social issues.

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Eyes on Germany: Storm Clouds in BerlinDemocracy

In the first of a new monthly column on the German Greens in government, Inge Jooris unpicks the messy result of a messy election.

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Objects of Political Desire II: What’s Stronger Than Fear?Politics

Rejecting emotional politics altogether won’t fight fearmongering but providing a vision of a desirable future can.

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