Analysis: Is it ethically justified to have children?
We are all aware that ice caps are melting, rainforests are being felled or burned down, and the ozone layer is depleting. The number of conflicts in the world isRead More
Trans Day of Remembrance: A Reminder of Resilience Against Violence.
On the 20th of November, we remember and honor our Trans and gender-diverse people that were taken by violence. On a daily basis, transgender people fight for the validation ofRead More
Sweden’s Feminist Foreign Policy – And how it might be a way to make the world a bit better
In many countries around the world, the demand for gender equality is growing and feminist ideas are being discussed in a number of contexts. While this is crucial, especially inRead More
Realist IR Theory: Back in Vogue?
It has been years now since you finished school and sadly, it has also been years since much of what was learnt within those walls you have no longer used.Read More
The Fear Factor: Driving Cooperation Forward?
In the realm of international relations, few policy decisions are made on grounds other than fear. Indeed, as the neorealist Kenneth Waltz argues, “alliances are made by states that haveRead More
From failing to moving forward? – Assessing Europe’s “Hamilton moment”
How does an idea, project, son of a war, And a Schuman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten spot In Brussels by providence impoverished In squalor, grow up toRead More
Cash Bail: Americas’ Equity Dilemma
As it stands today, the aggregated penal systems of the United States hold more non-convicted individuals awaiting trial than any other country in the world. According to the Prison Policy Initiative,Read More
Black Lives Matter: The Killing of Ahmaud Arbery and Anti-Black vigilantism
On May 7 2020, a white former police officer, Gregory McMichael, and his son, Travis McMichael, were arrested in Brunswick, Georgia and charged with murder in the shooting death ofRead More
The Pope and the Catholic Church: Possibility for Change?
What does it mean to be Pope? There are both very short and perplexingly complex answers to this question. The Pope, also known as the Supreme Pontiff or the RomanRead More
Soft Power of Stone: Defending the Narrative of the Great Patriotic War
The statue of marshal Ivan Stepanovich Konev on Prague’s International Brigades’ Square has been a source of controversy for several years. Installed in May 1980 to commemorate the 35th anniversaryRead More