14.06.2022
Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Power of Discovering Our Shared Humanity

Bringing young people together is only half the battle; overcoming binary and prejudiced thinking also requires openness and positive feelings towards other groups.

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09.06.2022
Why Peace Education Deserves a Place in Europe’s Education Systems

How can we design a school system and curriculum to build a culture of peace and equip young people to resolve conflict?

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29.11.2021
A New Geopolitics for the Anthropocene

Simon Dalby on why achieving security in the age of climate crisis requires unpicking the fossil-fuelled industrial order.

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05.05.2021
Northern Ireland: The Unhappy Ending Europe’s Story Must Avoid

What does the latest flare-up of tensions in Northern Ireland tell us about progress towards reconciliation?

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11.03.2020
Breaking Hard Earth: A Social History of Green Politics in Poland

Green politics has long been part of Polish politics and, despite its ups and downs, it certainly has a future.

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28.03.2019
The New Logic of Warfare

What does warfare look like in an era of globalisation and new technologies?

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24.09.2018
Peace, Politics and Green Possibilities in South Korea

An interview with the Korean Green co-chair on progressive struggles, prospects, and politics in Northeast Asia.

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01.08.2016
The Only Way Ahead for Turkey is Returning to the EU and the Peace Process

In the wake of the attempted coup of July 15th, a crackdown on human rights has been taking place across Turkey, with arrests, sackings and infringements on the freedom of movement. The only way to ensure that rights are respected and that Turkey becomes a democracy governed by the rule of way is to re-engage with the EU accession process and to relaunch the stalled peace process in the Southeast of the country.

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01.03.2015
Revising Green Values – For A More Effective Foreign Policy

Medication and water bottles have numerous advantages in a crisis situation, but it’s quite sure that they cannot be used to stop ISIS. The greatest dilemmas of European Greens are rooted in a conflict of values, as well as in the difficulty of reconciling theory and practice. To overcome them, Greens need to work on a political solution.

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17.05.2013
EU Must Build on Serbia-Kosovo Breakthrough

The deal between Serbia and Kosovo, brokered on 19 April by Catherine Ashton, is a sign of hope that the future of the western Balkans lies in the EU – but there is much more work to be done.

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