01.02.2023
Greek Watergate: Behind the Predator Spyware Scandal

Greece has a long, underexamined history of state surveillance which poses a threat to public confidence.

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31.01.2023
The Swedish EU Presidency Under Far-Right Influence

A look at how the far-right politics of Sweden Democrats reaches beyond Sweden’s borders.

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26.01.2023
On the Edge of the Sixth Mass Extinction: How Can We Prevent It?

Postponing action on biodiversity could be a death sentence for many species on the planet and costly for humankind. Here’s what we can still do.

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25.01.2023
Object of Political Desire I: My Hypocrite Reader

Politics should be less about the form and more about our desire for change.

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24.01.2023
“We shouldn’t be afraid of involving businesses”: Doughnut Economics in Brussels

Kate Raworth’s doughnut model is an economic theory designed to easily and intelligibly assess an economy’s sustainability. Visually represented in the shape of a doughnut, it combines the concepts of planetary boundaries and minimum social standards to measure economic performance. Major European cities such as Amsterdam, Geneva and Brussels, have adopted the doughnut model to guide their green transitions. Barbara Trachte, secretary of state of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Economic Transition and Scientific Research, explains how Brussels is using the the model to set a new direction for the city region’s economy.

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23.01.2023
“Europe should use all of its imagination to support Ukraine”

Lithuanian MP explains why supporting Ukraine isn’t a matter of capabilities but of political will.

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19.01.2023
“MEPs have developed a culture of impunity”: Fighting Corruption in Brussels after Qatargate

Corruption in the European institutions has been allowed to fester. How can this be fixed?

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18.01.2023
Radical Pragmatism: Scottish Greens in Government

We spoke with Scottish Green Party co-leader Patrick Harvie about the prospect of independence and an energy revolution.

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17.01.2023
Tackling the UK’s Insecurity Crisis

Public confidence in the UK is trending down. Addressing economic insecurity could be an antidote.

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