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Can you hear me now?

By Jackie Jones / 12 April, 2021

Resentment and realisation can take many forms. Have the different generations learnt anything from the pandemic? Will we change the way we look at life and our relationships after Covid-19? It is the first year of university for my nineteen-year-old son. No face-to-face tuition, freshers’ week, parties, or club meetings. […]

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Political parties in the time of Covid

By Luciano Bardi / 29 March, 2021

The Covid pandemic has exacerbated political parties’ separation from society and their ensuing loss of representativeness. Depending on whether they are in government or opposition, they have been transformed into representatives of the government in society or behind-the-scenes fomenters of societal discontent. Differences across parties thus depend more on their […]

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Progressive politics in the Middle East: Israel and the region

By Ksenia Svetlova / 13 January, 2021

The Abraham Accords that were signed recently between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) can be equalled to a tip of an iceberg: much more is laying beneath the surface. These accords were signed only in September 2020, but they build upon two decades of diplomatic work, communications […]

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Fighting fake news should be a priority as it poses an existential threat to the EU

By Paolo Celot / 18 December, 2017

Interview by Alain Bloëdt with Paolo Cela on how media literacy can help the public identify it and on what EU governments should be doing about it .

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How will Germany’s new law combat fake news and hate crime?

By Heiko Maas / 18 December, 2017

How will Germany’s new law combat fake news and hate crime?

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