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01.04.2020
Holding the Line: The Austrian Greens in Government against the Far RightPolitics

With the far right on the rise across Europe, could the Austrian coalition serve as an example elsewhere?

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31.03.2020
Seeing the Forest for the Trees: A Framework to Evaluate Green AgendasPolitics

In a reinvigorated debate, a political reading of proposals put forward to confront the climate emergency is necessary.

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31.03.2020
Polluters in the Dock: Fighting Climate Change in CourtJustice

While political measures to protect the climate are slow, citizens take their governments or polluting companies to court to hold them accountable.

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27.03.2020
Algorithmic Governmentality and the Death of PoliticsSociety, Media and Culture

What is algorithmic governmentality? What transformations are the tech revolution catalysing in society and politics? In this in-depth conversation, legal philosopher Antoinette Rouvroy questions the drive to rationalise all aspects of life through data and sets out possibilities for alternatives.

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26.03.2020
Fossil Fascism and the Lessons for the GreensGreen Transition

There's a direct connection between the Green surge and the electoral victories of far-right populist forces. Greens must use this opportunity to fight for climate justice.

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26.03.2020
The Contradictions of PiS’s PolandGeopolitics

PiS has led Poland on a course characterised by Euroscepticism and the erosion of democracy. Two issues will shape Poland’s future: energy policy and relations with Ukraine.

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20.03.2020
Europe Rues Dashed Hopes of Financial RegulationFinance and Economy

As crisis looms, this analysis tracks Europe’s failed record on banking reform since 2008, exposing the opportunities missed along the way.

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18.03.2020
On the Love and Rage of Extinction RebellionSociety, Media and Culture

How can Extinction Rebellion move from insurrection to renewal?

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17.03.2020
European Trade Policy and the Green DealFinance and Economy

Producing and consuming in a manner that is more respectful of biodiversity means rethinking international trade and the rules that govern it.

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11.03.2020
Emancipation in the Neoliberal Era: Rethinking Transition with Karl PolanyiGreen Transition

After 40 years of neoliberalism tearing at the social fabric, what form will the 21st-century counter-movement take?

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