Hiding in plain sight

Is the modern media landscape undermining our ability to detect and punish malicious leaders? “You can fool part of the people some of the time, you can fool some of

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Microchip politics: A call for growing Chinese dependence on the free world

The Dutch government is giving in to US pressure and will introduce further export restrictions for high-end chip manufacturing machines destined to go to China. Hereby recognizing the security threat

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Women’s education ban in the eye of the storm: Afghanistan and the Taliban rule

Afghanistan is, once again, making headlines in international news. Although disappointing, it should not surprise us. It would be hypocritical to assume that, after the Taliban regime rose to power,

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Why the Dutch Government’s Decision to Apologize for Slavery is Highly Controversial

On Monday, December 19, 2022, it is very likely that the Dutch government will apologize for its involvement in slavery. One would think this is a milestone in a long

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Moldova on the verge of energy crisis: Between the West and the East

Moldova. One tiny Eastern-European country, situated right between the ongoing war in Ukraine and the European Union border, in the face of Romania. Why should we know more about it?

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Scotland’s Long Road to Independence

Last week, an important UK Supreme Court ruling took place for the Scottish independence movement. The judges decided unanimously that the Scottish government needs consent from the UK government in

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Brussels, we have a problem

The Goddess Iris served as a messenger between the gods of ancient, Greek mythology. Today, “IRIS II” shall serve as the European Union’s guardian of communication in times of natural

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Halloween festivities show Government Complexities

156.  156 is the number of people currently confirmed to have lost their lives in the huge crowd crush that took place last month in Seoul, South Korea. This gruesome

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Hong Kong’s election: one winner, zero opponents

On Sunday the 8th of May 2022, John Lee was elected as the new leader of Hong Kong, succeeding Carrie Lam. In an election without opposition, for Lee was the

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Go vote for the University Council Elections!

When we vote, we take back our power to choose, to speak up, and to stand with those who support us and each other. Even at the university level, voting

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