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How the Legacy of the 2015-2016 “Refugee Crisis” is Affecting AfghansMigration

What do the European responses to the Afghanistan crisis mean for people trying to flee a desperate situation?

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The End of the Babiš Era? The Czech Republic Between Past and FutureDemocracy

Adéla Jurečková examines the results of the parliamentary elections and the ongoing political crisis in the Czech Republic.

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Broken Promises on the Road to COP26Geopolitics

Anne Marie Bihirabake explains the effects of climate change in Burundi, vaccine politics and its impacts for many activists wishing to attend COP26.

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Are COPs Helping the Battle against Climate Change?Climate and Energy

The next annual United Nations climate conference, COP 26, will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, under the UK’s presidency in partnership with Italy, in early November. The conference takes place a year later than planned, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. International climate policy expert Stefan Aykut takes stock of the COP process since the Paris Agreement in 2015 and tells Benjamin Joyeux why the success of the upcoming conference should be judged on its capacity to foster connections rather than to establish binding governance.

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From the End of Coal to Climate JusticeClimate and Energy

What does the Chinese decision to stop investment in coal plants abroad mean for the wider energy transition?

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The Technology That Could Alter Human NatureSociety, Media and Culture

Raluca Besliu examines the implications of a proposed AI implant for the human brain.

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What Youth-Led Movements Teach Us About DemocracyDemocracy

Jasmine Lorenzini explains how young people are getting involved in politics and challenging the norms of participation today.

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Communities Against Climate Change: Exploring Resilience in Rural ScotlandGreen Transition

Rosanna Harvey-Crawford examines local resilience and community projects in rural Scotland.

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A Crowded and Complex Picture: Local Elections in ItalyPolitics

In the lead up to the Italian local elections, Marina Adami explains some of the complexities of the current political landscape.

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“Everything is Changing in Politics Right Now”: Green Politics in DenmarkPolitics

We met with Pia Olsen, the leader of the Socialist People’s Party, to discuss the party’s growing support, climate policy, and Denmark’s relationship with Europe.

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