09.11.2020
Biden’s Victory Is a Glimmer of Hope

Biden’s victory is a vindicating one for many, not least for grassroots movements. Despite the rhetoric of reconciliation, Trumpism is here to stay.

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06.02.2020
Ukraine and EU: the Politics of Changing Generations

While the future of enlargement is unclear within the EU, in Ukraine the push to move closer to the EU and NATO has kept momentum.

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17.10.2019
The European Union, a New Basis for Common Security

Against a backdrop of increasing instability, the EU must define a common security and defence doctrine which confronts the question of nuclear deterrence to ensure its strategic autonomy.

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09.07.2018
For a European Strategy for Nuclear De-Escalation

As NATO’s nuclear capability comes up for renewal, Europe should seize the chance to push for nuclear de-escalation.

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28.06.2018
“Security cannot simply be delegated to the military”

An interview with Co-chair of the European Green Party Reinhard Bütikofer on the new European Defence Fund and the state of security in the EU.

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21.08.2017
How Much Military Is Enough?

After 9/11, military expenditure increased around the world. Does the increase of the defence sector improve or jeopardise international security?

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01.04.2017
The Sensible Push for European Security

Treating the current crises effectively shouldn’t undermine a long-term effort to cement stability and peace through smart and soft power, through avenues such as international development.

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01.04.2017
The Suicide of the Atlantic West

With a shifting global balance of power, former German Foreign Minister and Vice-chancellor Joschka Fischer talks about the EU’s role and how it can promote global stability.

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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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04.12.2015
The Green Way of Governing – Thoughts on Per Gahrton’s New Book

Green parties come in different shapes and sizes. They have different attitudes, as well as differing positions, and they might end up in a wide range of political coalitions when given the opportunity to participate in government. Per Gahrton’s recent book, even if not entirely comprehensive, provides a great overview of this colourful political movement, and helps newcomers understand why Greens can stand united even in the worst of times.

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