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29.06.2022
For the French Greens, There Is Power in DisruptionPolitics

With France’s politics in flux, political ecology needs to evolve if it is to set itself apart and succeed.

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28.06.2022
Is Degrowth the Future?Post-Growth

A new book exploring the origins, sub-currents, and evolution of degrowth, as well as the solutions it offers for the future.

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23.06.2022
Accession and the Meaning of European CitizenshipFuture of EU

EU enlargement means extending European citizenship as well as its borders. What might be the impact of the ongoing accession talks?

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21.06.2022
The End of Privacy?Justice

The Pegasus scandal shows that surveillance in Europe has reached unprecedented levels, a result of technological progress and a lack of oversight.

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16.06.2022
For Energy Independence, the EU Must Think Bigger than REPowerEUClimate and Energy

With the REPowerEU plan, the EU is missing an important opportunity to bring its energy security policy in line with its climate goals.

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14.06.2022
UK Academics Campaigning for Social JusticeWelfare and Social Issues

Faced with precarious contracts and poor working conditions, university staff have been organising for the promise of social justice in education.

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14.06.2022
Decolonising Belgium’s Oldest UniversityJustice

Student-led action is putting the challenge of decolonisation to KU Leuven and giving marginalised students a voice.

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14.06.2022
Connecting Student Housing With the Struggle for Democracy in HungaryWelfare and Social Issues

After the Hungarian government abandoned a student housing project for a Fudan campus, young people refused to let it die quietly.

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14.06.2022
The Netherlands’ “Bad Luck Generation”Finance and Economy

After many broken promises by their government, Dutch students are fighting the burden of debt.

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14.06.2022
Critical Understanding: The Changing Politics of ScienceDemocracy

Etienne Klein speaks to Edouard Gaudot about truth, democratising science and the uncertainty inherent in scientific inquiry.

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