02.07.2021
Mirroring Bias: Online Hate Speech and Polarisation

Torrential online abuse is reproducing structural inequalities and weakening democracy.

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26.05.2021
A State of Disrepair: Democracy in the United Kingdom

The government has exploited cultural issues to the detriment of democratic rights and norms, putting already vulnerable groups further at risk.

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27.03.2020
Algorithmic Governmentality and the Death of Politics

The legal philosopher questions the drive to rationalise all aspects of life through data and sets out possibilities for alternatives.

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11.03.2020
Facing Our Future

Time is running out, but political ecology has the answers. A different world, a good life for all.

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21.01.2020
“Australia will never be the same again”

Australia is one of the countries most affected by climate change, and yet it is also one of the worst-performing countries when it comes to climate action.

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11.01.2020
Germany’s Central European Strategy Bites Back

Political differences between Germany and Central Europe cannot continue to be skirted if the EU is to effectively respond to the many challenges ahead.

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10.12.2019
British Foreign Policy After Brexit

Christopher Hill’s latest book, The Future of British Foreign Policy, is an attempt to ground UK foreign policy post-Brexit in reality.

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08.12.2019
Massive, Loud and Uncompromising: Greta Thunberg in the Czech Republic

Greta has forced the change up the Czech political agenda. But how the debate will change the country’s path is still uncertain.

EN
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28.11.2019
Unfulfilled Promises and Missed Opportunities in North Macedonia

Prospects of EU membership are on hold in North Macedonia, despite it going as far as to change its name to resolve a dispute with Greece.

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08.05.2019
Climate Changes Politics

For the French philosopher, climate has become a defining question in politics today, shaping worldviews across the spectrum of left and right. At EU election time, Bruno Latour argues that the Green movement find itself at last talking the right language and setting the agenda for the future.

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