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02.05.2018
Fighting ‘Fake News’ and Data Misuse In the EU – A Missed Opportunity?

An examination of the politics behind steps to regulate online hate speech, misinformation, and data privacy in the EU.

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21.02.2018
Left to the Locals: the European towns working to integrate refugees

As many EU countries fail to provide a comprehensive refugee policy, local actors take matters into their own hands.

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06.02.2018
No legitimacy without public support: human rights in Europe

With civil society organisations increasingly questioned by those in power, NGOs need political representation and popular support.

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01.04.2017
The Age of Security Populists

Despite Edward Snowden’s revelations of widespread surveillance, increasingly intrusive measures are being adopted in Europe in the name of security – but do these actually lead to a more effective prevention of attacks?

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01.04.2017
New Approaches to Fear: A Progressive Response to Islamic State

Is our response to the threat of Islamic State merely aiding their rise by unwittingly contributing to their strategy?

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29.11.2016
Dirty Clean Energy: Is Morocco’s Renewable Energy from Western Sahara Really ‘Green’?

Is Morocco’s promising progress on renewable energy reliant on repression & human rights abuses in Western Sahara ?

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20.11.2016
Monsanto Tribunal – A Step Towards Corporate Accountability

What can a public tribunal do – such as the Monsanto one – to hold global corporations accountable?

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01.07.2016
Perfect Complements: Is Regionalism the Way Forward for Europe?

There is a kind of nationalism in Europe that is not only progressive, but has the potential to reinforce European integration.

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29.04.2016
Ceci n’est pas un “Agreement”: The Treachery of EU Migration Policies

It would be an illusion to believe that irregular migration will come to an end as a result of the legally dubious deal agreed between EU leaders and Turkey on 18 March 2016. Instead, we should recognise that migration is a natural human phenomenon, which has to be managed as such, and reform the dysfunctional EU framework on asylum and migration.

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29.03.2016
“There Wasn’t Much Pre-existing Trust and Solidarity”

Before we can tell whether multiculturalism is strengthening or weakening solidarity between the people of a particular society, we need to acknowledge that there were deficits of trust and solidarity long before multicultural policies were adopted. Such policies are potential tools for overcoming the historic deficits in trust and solidarity.

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