Folly of a Nation: Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

With the world’s preoccupation with COVID-19 and the subsequent economic and social crises, few people could have been prepared for one of the bloodiest...

Headline “BELARUS” – Story “LOCATION-DEPENDENT”

In the midst of mass demonstrations raging across Belarus, the heads of state and government of the European Union took a united stance on...

German Politics in the Age of COVID-19: Managing an Unstable Advantage

The COVID-19 crisis has reshaped German politics. The effectiveness of Merkel’s measures was a blessing for her party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU). They...

Armenia’s Old Wound – Will It Ever Heal?

This year, on 27 September, an old wound between Armenia and Azerbaijan was reopened. The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, referred to as the Artsakh conflict by...

Media Pluralism and Media Freedom Under Threat in Hungary?

Enshrined in the European Charter on Fundamental Rights and in the European Convention of Human Rights, media freedom and media pluralism are inadmissible elements...

Democratic Values? France’s Double Standards in the Ivorian Political Crisis

Unconstitutionally extending presidential terms is a common practice in African politics. Between 1995 and 2015, twenty-three heads of states reached their term limits and...

Strategic Foresight – The New-Old Approach to 21st Century Statecraft 

Strategic foresight (SF) has been put high on the EU agenda by the Von der Leyen Commission from the outset of its mandate.  The...

Europe’s Hotspot of Remote Abortion

The start of 2021 saw a surprising addition to countries progressively liberalizing their abortion laws: this January, abortion during the first 14 weeks of...

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