14.06.2022
Insights from the Education Nation: The Case of Estonia

The story of how Estonia built one of the most innovative and successful public education systems in the world.

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14.06.2022
Russia and Ukraine’s Tug of War over Memory

Raluca Besliu looks at how evolving narratives of national history helped pave the way to war.

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14.06.2022
Northern Ireland: The Tight Gag of Place

Twenty years after the Good Friday Agreement, what progress has been made in Northern Ireland towards overcoming segregation and coming to terms with the past?

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14.06.2022
Alternatives to Nationalist Education: Lessons From Poland

Anna Dzierzgowska on reforms to school curricula and why who and what is included from our past matters for our future.

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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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29.11.2021
To Repair its Geopolitics, the West Needs a New Model of Statehood

Natalie Bennett looks at the dark history of the Cold War to argue that it is time for a real rules-based democratic order.

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16.08.2021
Tracing Our Legacy on a Changing Planet

What story will be told by the plastic, carbon, concrete, nuclear waste, and cities we leave behind?

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08.12.2019
The Green New Deal: The Answer to Schnaiberg’s Treadmill?

Ana Rusan traces some of the social and environmental consequences of New Deal America through the sociology of Allan Schnaiberg.

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31.08.2017
Our Common Past: The Museum Presenting a Transnational View of European History

The House of European History in Brussels has an unusual and complex task – that of Europeanising history.

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