Similar Ideas, Different Parties: the Fragmentation of the European Right Wing

Just a month after the Eurovision Song Contest, Europe can brace itself for its second continent-wide election of the year: the European Elections. On the 6th of June, which is

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Jesus returns… to Groningen?

The Second Coming of Christ is upon us!  So claim the newly-placed billboards around the centre of Groningen, advertising the return of the historic award-winning rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar

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United by Music, Divided Elsewhere: how this years’ Eurovision Song Contest was perhaps the most controversial ever.

While the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), who is in charge of organising the Eurovision Song Contest, tried, the booing was just too loud to filter out. During two occasions this

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Entering the era of guns and violence, Robert Fico in the eye of the storm

Can politics ever be free from violence? As news flood our daily reports, it is quite astonishing to realise that more and more of the media that we consume is

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Mass killing in Burkina Faso

“He tried to catch a glimpse of his wife, but the crowd was quickly obscured by a cloud of dust as men in uniform opened fire. Another soldier ordered him

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Selling views in exchange of guns: The potential end for TikTok in the United States

As the United States Senate just passed the highly anticipated foreign aid bill consisting of more than 62 billion dollars in military equipment towards Ukraine, the bipartisan legislation unveiled some

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Reaching A Limit: When Enough is Enough.

It can be said that the last thing that any given individual choosing to go on a relaxing, stress-free vacation to a paradisiacal island group wants to think about is

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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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