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Back in the day, when I was studying International Relations and I majored on the international relations of Environmental Politics, I was introduced to the…

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Coronavirus looks set to interrupt most plans in the UK this spring, including one of the most unusual, the national festival holiday that was expected…

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It was probably inevitable, though not in its rapidity and perhaps not quite for the reasons anyone expected. Once assumed to be the next CDU…

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A country deeply divided, by geography, class, wealth and opportunity. A country looking for an identity in a new, unstable century. A country feeling insufficiently…

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Imagine a game of political chess, not with two players as in a traditional two-party system, but with six. The game is being played out…

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What, you may wonder, do Spain’s Vox and Germany’s AfD have in common? One is a German nationalist-ethnic party scoring about 15 per cent in…

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Time is a funny thing. There was a time there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth about Austria, the bad boy of central Europe…

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We appear to be in a year of anniversaries and commemorations, with the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War and the…

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There’s no escaping the anniversary in the German media. 30 years ago, Günter Schabowski famously declared at the East German government press conference of 9…

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And so we have the denouement of the “blocked parliament” and the Brexit debate. It doesn’t take a great strategist or futurist to know what…

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