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23.04.2019
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Revolutionary Legacy

Today, the UDHR remains an important reference point and source of inspiration for activists across the globe.

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29.10.2018
“Russia feels like it’s winning”: Hacking Relations between Russia and the West

A discussion on Russia’s relationship with the EU, power politics, and the annexation of Crimea.

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26.07.2018
Dark globalisation: the politics of spectacle

Putin’s Russia is governed by means of political theatre designed to deflect and distract. From ‘us’ vs. ‘them’ foreign policy to anxious masculinity, this politics has spread from Russia to Europe and the United States, corroding democracy on the way.

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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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15.03.2018
The Kremlin’s loyal friends in Europe

Across Europe, complex entanglements link the Kremlin and the far right. How do these relations work and what’s in it for Russia?

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09.02.2018
Fake news in Visegrad: overused and underestimated

Voters in the Visegrad countries rely on increasingly blurred lines between truth and falsehoods while making their choice at polling stations.

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13.06.2017
Selling its Future Competitiveness? Why Europe Needs to Screen Foreign Investments

Foreign investment into the EU often have political, as well as economic, motivations. Should the EU act on this?

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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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01.07.2016
United in Fear

A circulation of misinformation can have far-reaching implications, and can influence not only the European Union’s relations with Russia and its neighbours, but also its own internal process of integration.

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04.11.2015
Like Stepping Stones in a River: How Renewables Can Help us Win the Climate Battle

The much anticipated Paris Climate Summit is only weeks away. Although there are many obstacles to securing a binding agreement in Paris, Green MEP Claude Turmes feels there are reasons for optimism, such as the changes taking place at the local and regional levels towards an energy transition. Now Europe has to be brave and show real leadership on technology and renewables.

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