Following severe flooding across Europe, this article considers the actual efforts of developed countries, particularly in Europe, to substantially address climate change, and asks how much climate responsibility lies at the doorstep of the individual, the government and history.
Global advances in gender equality and women’s health still leave room for improvement. The EU’s resolution on ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights’ takes us one step further.
Headlines across Greece capture Bekatorou’s courageous voice which has inspired women to share their stories of abuse and harassment in the Greek #MeToo movement, finally demystifying perpetrators across the country. How will Greece move forward and address the subsequent challenges.
With a pro-transatlanticist back in the White House, the transatlantic alliance rejoices. But does the trasatlanticism of old belong in this new era? Observing the discussions from the 2021 Special Edition of the Munich Security Conference, it is clear that a new trasatlanticism is needed for the West to survive and flourish in a era of deepening multipolarity and growing international competition.
Now that the UK has left the European Union, there is speculation on the future political relationship between the UK and Eastern Europe. Regardless of potential cooperation, Brexit will still benefit Eastern Europe.
Portugal takes its turn to lead the Council of the European Union, prepared with a diverse programme that will lead the EU into recovery and new beginnings.
Does Biden’s presidency put the UK in a better position to secure a post-Brexit US trade deal, or was Trump better for Johnson?
How are GAFA undermining our democracy? From market concentration and the crisis of small businesses, to external influence in elections and disinformation, here is an overall of the democratic processes in which they are involved.
Belarusian protests have received an array of international responses. Each have competing visions for Belarus – which one will Lukashenko opt for?