The rule of law in Europe is not negotiable

We don’t need compromises and unfulfilled promises but political courage to stop rule of law backsliding in Europe.


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An EU-MENA deal for green hydrogen could be a serious win-win

The EU's failed solar strategy saw China capture the market. It needs to not repeat the same mistake with green hydrogen


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Golden Dawn verdict—no sunset for the far right

With authoritarian conservatives in the White House and the Kremlin it’s no surprise the far right is thriving in Europe


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The IMF’s return to austerity?

US intransigence at the IMF may leave middle and low-income countries unable to recover for years to come


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‘The generals are calling the shots’

Syria, Libya, the Mediterranean and now the Caucasus — Turkey is involved in many hot spots. Felix Schmidt explains why


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How Trump is losing his base

Talking to working-class and rural voters shows the deep health care crisis in America — and trouble for Trump’s re-election


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'This time, I predict Trump will lose'

An interview with Allan Lichtman — one of the few forecasters who predicted the victory of Donald Trump in 2016


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Venezuela's Maduro is not going anywhere

In the run-up to the upcoming elections, a split opposition and US sanctions have strengthened Maduro's grip on power


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A multicoloured New Deal

With extreme poverty rising and climate breakdown accelerating, we need to mobilise for a green, purple and red New Deal


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The Indian National Congress' identity crisis

India needs an effective opposition to fight Modi's authoritarianism. But the Congress is too engaged in navel-gazing


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