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by James Lynch, Deputy Programme Director at Amnesty International After a tumultuous few years of corruption allegations, internal upheaval and
By Dorit Geva, associate professor at Central European University. The Central European University (CEU), the small university where I teach, has
by Howard Davies Brexit has set a hungry cat among the financial pigeons of the City of London. No one yet knows what kind of access to the European
by Christine Ockrent, former Chief Operating Officer of France 24 and RFI I vividly remember French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen’s first
Technological progress brings far-reaching benefits, but it also poses increasingly serious threats to humankind. With governments and citizens already struggling with the consequences of recent innovations – from job displacement to security risks – technology policy is likely to take center stage
After the UK's unexpected vote to leave the EU and Donald Trump’s unexpected triumph in the US presidential election last year, you might imagine that EU leaders have developed detailed contingency plans for a victory by the far-right National Front’s Marine Le Pen in France’s presidential election.