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Civil Society in Europe’s Last Dictatorship

Belarus is more well-known for its long-lasting dictatorship than for its respect for democracy and fundamental freedoms. The reputation of…

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On Ice – What happened in Iceland’s accession to the EU?

In the numerous offices in Brussels, hidden away in large and stacked storage rooms, are folders filled with content forgotten…

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No Windrush in Theresa May’s sails

Ever since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, Brexit has often dominated the news, and often seems…

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Are young people going to change the world?

For decades, young people have been the catalysts for change all over the world. Protests against the Vietnam War and…

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Africa

Compensate the pain away

With climate change now a generally accepted issue, the discussion has turned to how we can counteract the effects of…

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Africa

The Economic Belt along the Silk Road: China’s trillion-dollar plan to achieve economic domination

China has been a major force in building economic growth for many African nations. The Asian superpower is the continent’s…

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Our rainforests are running out of breath

Most people are aware of the rapid and accelerating destruction of our rainforests, the so-called lungs of our planet, yet…

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Does the language we speak influence the way we see the world?

Approximately 7000 different languages are spoken around the globe today. This figure is approximate, as it seems there are still…

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The dark side of fast fashion

$64 USD. That’s the average monthly wage for a worker in Bangladesh’s textile industry, which accounts for roughly 80% of…

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Forgotten refugees on the Eastern border of the EU

The migration crisis in Europe was at the center of media attention throughout 2015 – early 2016, but has gradually…

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