Health

Obama cares – but will the Supreme Court let him?

Many call the Affordable Care Act (ACA), often referred to as Obamacare, the most important achievement of Barack Obama’s presidency.…

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Conflict

Has the extreme gone mainstream?

"'A party of skinheads has turned into a party of old, bald men' is a quote I once heard that…

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Africa

The Tuareg Rebellion and Coup D’état Shambles

The threat from the Tuareg rebellion has been a ubiquitous issue for the French, and later the governments of Mali…

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Europe

Europe after Lisbon – Foreign Policy in a New Context

Photo: Xavier Häpe. wikimedia commonsPolicy change and political processes are not known for being of a speedy nature; rather, time…

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Culture

Europe Day: Different Experiences of Europe

As we already started our week with a well-written history lesson on the significance of May 9th, Today, Europe Day,…

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Europe

Europe Day: A Salute to Supranationalism

Unbeknownst to many European citizens, May 9th is Europe Day. This annual commemoration of European integration aims to raise awareness…

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Human Rights

“We must focus not on our successes but on our failures”

Last week Lund University together with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and the Association of Foreign Affairs had the honour to…

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Conflict

Les 2012 French Elections

Those who have been keeping up to date with the results of the French election will have realised by now…

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Africa

Don’t forget about AIDS – The future of the pandemic is in our hands

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus was discovered in 1981, and since then over 21 million people have lost their lives due…

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Asia

Political turmoil in China

It could be claimed that the process of leadership turnover in China is characterized by a lack of transparency, although…

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