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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Reconceptualising Climate Change

Is the recent plastic pellet ocean our future? Seemingly innocuous, recent events have made us realise that nurdles are starting to become a real plague for our environment. But, thinking

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God Save the King (From Protesters)!

Last weekend, we witnessed a rather unique historic event: The coronation of Charles III, King of the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth realms. The ceremony was characterized by extravagant

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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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Eating Frikandel Speciaal and Drinking Chocomel is Activism

Enjoying a frikandel speciaal with a nice glass of Chocomel might sound like a quick and easy lunch the Dutch way. But can it be an act of activism? How

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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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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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Stolen Babies Remain an Open Wound in Spain

During the Spanish Civil War and Francoist Spain, thousands of newborns and young children were taken from their parents and brought to new families or orphanages. The aim was to prevent these children from being raised by parents whose political stance did not match the state ideology.

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