03.11.2021
Global Views on COP26: Why It Matters for Canada, Egypt and Rwanda

With the backdrop of deepening vaccine inequality, climate disasters, and continued efforts to delay real action, COP26 got underway last week. Networks like the Global Greens have mobilised around the lack of representation and access to the conference. We gathered the perspectives of their delegates on COP26 and their wider political struggles.

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26.10.2021
Talking Climate: The Path to COP26

How crucial will communication around COP26 be in determining its outcome?

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14.10.2021
Broken Promises on the Road to COP26

Anne Marie Bihirabake explains the effects of climate change in Burundi, vaccine politics and its impacts for many activists wishing to attend COP26.

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13.10.2021
Are COPs Helping the Battle Against Climate Change?

The United Nations climate conference, COP26, will be held in Glasgow, Scotland in early November. Climate policy expert Stefan Aykut reviews the COP process and its successes since the 2015 Paris Agreement.

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06.07.2021
Far From a Done Deal: Europe and the Nuclear Ban Treaty

The growth of stockpiles despite the multilateral push to ban the bomb means that Europe and the Greens need to reckon with nuclear politics.

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29.10.2020
Sovereignty on a Changing Planet: Re-Reading Climate Leviathan

Does the authors’ vision of a coming planetary sovereignty – or of the alternatives – still hold?

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02.10.2020
Money, Power and Politics at the WHO

Its remit may be global health but the World Health Organization is not immune to growing world power rivalry.

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03.07.2020
Agroecology as the Answer to Global Food and Climate Crises

The moment is now to redefine our food systems around principles of sustainability and justice.

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25.09.2019
Trudeau’s Foreign Policy: Progressive Rhetoric, Conventional Policies

From Canada’s feminist foreign policy to climate action, does Trudeau’s record in government match the progressive values he tried so hard to present?

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13.03.2019
Global Means

Sociologist and thinker reinvents the institutions of the liberal global order. Fly through a 30-year rescue of social rights and the environment from the ravages of unbridled globalisation.

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