26.07.2022
From Binary Politics to a New Ireland

How Greens are trying to carve out a space in Northern Ireland’s divided politics to tackle the issues that matter to everyone.

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19.07.2022
Walking the Tightrope: Can the German Greens be the Party of All People?

The German Greens entered government with an ambitious programme for the country. But circumstances have meant tough decisions and changed priorities.

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21.02.2022
Breaking Out of the Box: The Challenge for Irish Greens in Government

How can the Irish Greens maintain connections with grassroots activists outside of party politics whilst in government?

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02.02.2018
Turned Upside Down: Fake News and the Future of the Media

Fake news is thriving in the new media environment, presenting a threat to our democratic societies which we underestimate at our peril.

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19.04.2017
France Has Voted for Renewal – But in Which Form?

In the second and final round of the French presidential campaign – what kind of vision for renewal will French voters ultimately opt for?

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14.04.2017
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Side of Citizenship

The origin and meanings of citizenship – what does it mean today in an era of mass migration and security fears?

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01.04.2017
Invisible Threats: The Digital Dangers to our Real Lives

New technology developing at breakneck speed has left laws behind and increasingly puts not only our privacy but our immediate safety at risk.

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01.04.2017
Ring the Alarm? Assessing the Threats to Europe’s Energy Security

Are some of the measures to promote energy security doing more harm than good, by creating a distraction from the real steps needed in light of climate change and increasing instability?

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01.04.2017
The Economics of Fear: How Orbán Profits from Insecurities

By playing upon fears linked to social insecurities and loss of national identity, as well as threats to national security, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán seeks to position himself as the sole protector of his nation.

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01.04.2017
The Baltic Sea Region: “A Tradition of Mistrust” Returns

The Baltic Sea region is a precarious and sensitive area – and increasingly so due to the competing influences and power games playing out between various actors in the region.

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