06.05.2020
Populism and the Legacy of Transition in Eastern Europe

Thirty years after Eastern European states began their transition out of socialism, the outcomes of the process are still contested.

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30.04.2020
Unlimited Powers in the Time of the Pandemic

A new emergency law has granted Prime Minister Viktor Orbán unlimited power to rule by decree. What does this mean for Hungary’s path away from democracy?

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29.04.2020
Progress Isn’t Progress Unless It’s Fair

To prevent the crystalisation of existing hierarchies and oppression, techno-scientific advances must keep freedom, equality, and sustainability as guiding principles.

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24.04.2020
Fighting for Just and Sustainable Trade

Can global trade be reformed to be the vector for technology and progress proclaimed by its supporters whilst avoiding the social and ecological damage denounced by its critics?

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22.04.2020
Why the Green New Deal Needs Local Action to Succeed

The success of the Green New Deal hinges on building widespread support through local organising to show that real change is possible.

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21.04.2020
Why Technology Divides the Green Movement

From policy matters to debates over strategy, this divide shapes political visions with the green camp and beyond. In order to navigate it, its roots must first be understood.

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18.04.2020
Where is China Heading on Climate?

China’s projected image of ambitious climate actor is contradicted by fossil fuel investments abroad and its prioritisation of economic growth.

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17.04.2020
Basic Income in Scotland: A Grassroots View

Why is basic income gaining grassroots support as an idea? What methods can basic income groups use to build a following?

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16.04.2020
Resilience Under Shock: Time for a Paradigm Shift

Faced with the systemic shock of the coronavirus crisis, the guiding principle for recovery should be resilience.

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10.04.2020
Vulnerability and the Green New Deal: A Note of Caution

The Green Deal needs a nuanced approach which recognises the historical roots of today’s inequalities.

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