19.05.2022
After the Invasion: Germany Re-enters History

An analysis of Germany’s foreign and security policy and how it is changing as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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12.05.2022
Lessons from the French Presidential Election

An analysis of Yannick Jadot’s election campaign and what to expect in the upcoming parliamentary elections.

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10.05.2022
Just Transition Is About Systemic Change

Examining how Just Transition could be the key to tackling intersecting crises of environmental breakdown, social injustice, and global inequality.

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04.05.2022
Where Are the Ukrainian Women?

Gendered narratives overlook the vital role women are playing in the resistance to the war.

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02.05.2022
Bulgaria’s Greens: From Street Protests to Government

From July 2020 until the end of then-Prime Minister Boyko Borissov’s third term on 16 April 2021, Bulgaria was engulfed in daily demonstrations against government corruption and impunity. Following Borissov’s resignation, two inconclusive elections were held before a four-party coalition achieved a majority in November 2021. As a result, Greens are now in government in a breakthrough for the region. In January 2022, Pavel Antonov spoke to Deputy Prime Minister for Climate Policy and Minister of Environment and Water Borislav Sandov, one of the co-founders of the Green Movement party, about the political legacy of the protests, Green politics and ideas in Bulgarian society, and the priorities for government.

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27.04.2022
For the Union Makes Us Strong: Selected Reading for Labour Day

Work has been transformed in recent years. But the fight for the recognition and dignity of all forms of work continues.

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26.04.2022
How Green Independents Broke Through in North Macedonia

The green wave is rising in North Macedonia with a record number of organisers entering local government.

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22.04.2022
Why Russia Finds Friends in Africa

Russia’s courtship of African nations since the Cold War era could be paying off.

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20.04.2022
Genderphobia in Eastern Europe: Myths and Realities

Questioning the dividing line between East and West on LGBTQI+ emancipation.

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14.04.2022
Alexander Langer’s Case for an Ecological Conversion

What his philosophy and politics have to offer on the European Green Deal and its promise of a just transition.

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