European healthcare, Made in China: EU calls for more domestic pharmaceutical production

In recent years, Europe’s reliance on China for the supply of pharmaceutical products has emerged as a critical concern, raising questions about the continent’s resilience in times of crisis and

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Enraged Farmers Are Causing a Transformation in Europe 

In Europe, the resounding echoes of farmers’ protests reverberate through the corridors of power, marking a transformative moment in the continent’s food landscape and political sphere. Take Brussels, where only

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Consuming ourselves. The bandwagon of overmedication, from Hollywood to your neighbour

We are consumers. We consume external stimuli, from the noise of the alarm that wakes you up to the velvety touch of the chair in which you sit down to

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Meat for men, salad for women – breaking with stereotypes:

When you imagine a person, sitting in a fancy restaurant, neatly dressed, eating a big, raw  steak, dripping red, what gender does the person have? Most people would probably imagine

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Pacifism, Community, Esperanto- one man’s dream for world peace

If you’ve ever delved into the world of language learning, then you may have heard of Esperanto. Frequently characterised and ridiculed as the ‘most useless language’, it is estimated to

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Renewed debate on Western troops in Ukraine: Macron´s remarks spark discussion

Two years ago, headline over headline with the newest developments, newest death numbers and newest information regarding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reached us over basically every news report. With the

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We do not settle for anything less than perfect anymore: how online dating has turned finding love into window shopping

“Love is not finding the winning lottery ticket, it is accepting imperfections someone might have, willing to step beyond your differences and finding a compromise, it is loving someone regardless.“

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The Legacy of Alexei Navalny: His Fight for Freedom Remains Alive Within the People

“By killing Alexei, Putin killed half of me, half of my heart and half of my soul. But I still have the other half, and it tells me that I

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A disappointing journalistic venture – Tucker Carlson interviews Vladimir Putin

As the journalistic world was preparing for the release of the most anticipated interview of the year, Tucker Carlson delivered a linear, submissive and mostly propagandistic interaction with the Russian

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Space Nazis? The problematic use of Nazism in sci-fi media

An alarming trend seems to be taking shape in general science fiction media. Nazis are increasingly normalised as the antagonists in various fantasy and sci-fi settings. Ever since their defeat

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