30.11.2022
Squeezing Wages Is Not the Answer

It’s time to overcome the unfounded fears that wage increases will push up prices.

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30.11.2022
A Climate of Disruption

With disruption set to become the norm, Robert Magowan asks how Greens can navigate chaos and conflict to drive positive change.

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30.11.2022
United in Diversity? Confronting Europe’s Energy Divides

Helen Thompson uncovers the roots of the energy crisis and the fractures within Europe when it comes to energy policy.

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30.11.2022
Bringing Europe Together Amid Crises

Antoņina Ņenaševa and Ernest Urtasun discuss on reforming Europe’s socio-economic model and implementing a green transition that leaves no one behind.

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30.11.2022
Solidarity in an Age of Shocks

More than just short-term turbulence, the cost of living crisis signals that Europe’s social, geopolitical, and ecological security rests on rebalancing a failing socio-economic model.

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24.11.2022
Why Were Italians Swayed to the Right by the Brothers of Italy?

With little alternatives on the Left, Italians did not vote for fascism but the promise of security.

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23.11.2022
A New Social Contract for People and Planet

Fairness needs to be at the heart of Europe’s social policies and its fight against climate change.

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22.11.2022
Powering Up Energy Communities in Central and Eastern Europe

Beyond sustainability, energy communities also foster democratic principles and local autonomy. Yet in parts of Europe they still face many hurdles.

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17.11.2022
What African Green Feminist Power Has to Offer

As the climate crisis intensifies on the African continent, we look at the rich history of intersectional environmentalism of the continent. 

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16.11.2022
What is Europe’s Place in the US-China Technology Race?

As the US and China vie for global power and influence, nowhere is this competition more intense than in the area of technology. Just like the flow of digital information itself, the manufacturing, trade, and use of this technology cuts across national borders. Asma Mhalla speaks to Edouard Gaudot about how Europe has sought to assert itself through regulation in response to this escalation, in a bid to enforce its norms and protect the privacy and data of its citizens.  

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