How the Balkans are slowly going Green

Perhaps it is his otherwise unremarkable apparel which makes him stand out between the white shirts and black suits which are ubiquitous on the Amsterdam ​Zuidas​. Arjan Visser has only

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What do we know about AKK’s Europe?

Annegret-Kramp Karrenbauer, or AKK for short, is likely to soon become Europe’s most important leader. She will be running as Spitzenkandidate for the Christian Democratic Party (CDU), succeeding Angela Merkel,

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Can we enjoy the work of morally tainted artists?

It is true that art has strong ties to the political world. In many ways, it has served a variety of political purposes such as representing political injustice, building political

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Sabarimala Controversy: Paving the Way for Feminism in India?

In Kerala, Southern India, history was created just as two women entered the Hindu temple of Sabarimala, smashing the longstanding practice of barring women from entering the sacred place of

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Should you be afraid of Cultural Marxism?

A spectre is once again haunting Europe, so it seems, the spectre of cultural Marxism. Although the Cold War has supposedly ended thirty years ago, the Red Scare is back,

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The Fashionable Turn towards Sustainability – Collective Action on Individuality in the Fashion Industry

It is tough to love our clothes and keep wearing them for longer while we are constantly faced with a tempting array of newness on offer in the shops. But

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The Politics of Loneliness – How Loneliness became a Political Problem

‘”We are all so much together, but we are all dying of loneliness.’” Albert Schweitzer The feeling of loneliness is one that every person is familiar with. At some point

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Mass Consumerism: The Greatest Challenge to Sustainable Development in the West

One of the biggest sustainability challenges that the world faces today is that of hedonic consumerism and patterns of mass consumption in the West. The Western countries’ path of development

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The Dark Side of Vietnam: a Rightless Land

Vietnam has become a country that does not respect freedom of speech, press or political freedom in the least. They keep their population docile by routine intimidation and beatings.

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A Look at New Zealand’s Māori Reconciliation Process: Beyond Biculturalism

Of the 5,000 indigenous groups worldwide, few possess traditions retaining such recognition as the Māori, whose ceremonial dance, the Haka, is recognisable far beyond the community of Rugby fans. Perhaps,

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