16.11.2022
What is Europe’s Place in the US-China Technology Race?

As the US and China vie for global power and influence, nowhere is this competition more intense than in the area of technology. Just like the flow of digital information itself, the manufacturing, trade, and use of this technology cuts across national borders. Asma Mhalla speaks to Edouard Gaudot about how Europe has sought to assert itself through regulation in response to this escalation, in a bid to enforce its norms and protect the privacy and data of its citizens.  

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05.10.2022
The Global Reach of the Religious Right

Polish activist Klementyna Suchanow traces the funding and politics of religious organisations to Russia.

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25.08.2022
Ukraine’s Economic Chains

Economic historian Nazar Gorin looks at how the long history of Russian colonialism shaped Ukraine’s development. For centuries, the country’s wealth and resources were extracted for the benefit of Russian power and alternative development paths were foreclosed.

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16.08.2022
Europe’s New Reality: Defence Spending After the Invasion

As Russia attempts to redraw Ukraine’s borders by force, defence spending is going up around Europe.

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20.07.2022
Why a Geopolitical Europe Must Play to Its Strengths

To be a credible peace broker in a world of ongoing conflicts, the EU needs a long-term strategy built on more than weapons, money, and deals.

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12.07.2022
Should Europe Worry About Nuclear Escalation in Ukraine?

The ropes of deterrence are alarmingly short, and Putin may be willing to risk it all.

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14.06.2022
Russia and Ukraine’s Tug of War over Memory

Raluca Besliu looks at how evolving narratives of national history helped pave the way to war.

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04.05.2022
Where Are the Ukrainian Women?

Gendered narratives overlook the vital role women are playing in the resistance to the war.

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22.04.2022
Why Russia Finds Friends in Africa

Russia’s courtship of African nations since the Cold War era could be paying off.

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13.04.2022
Learning the Lessons of Military Interventions from Afghanistan?

Former Oxfam Director Farah Karimi draws lessons from the “war on terror” 20 years on.

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