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Greta Thunberg, the 16-year old climate activist from Sweden, has arguably changed the conversation on climate justice and brought the youth perspective on climate change into mainstream dialogue and policy debates. But despite Thunberg’s persuasive messaging and indelible call to world leaders to act on the growing climate crisis, she is not the only voice… » read more

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Two 20-foot tall fences topped with barbed wire and 1,100 police separate the city of Ceuta, Spain and Morocco, but instead of deterring migration from sub-Saharan Africa, the wall has become an increasingly popular crossing point into Europe. Spain’s wall should be a lesson to European Union (EU) leaders: raising barriers to reduce immigration won’t… » read more

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Despite months-long negotiations between Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) politicians from two ethnic backgrounds regarding the new shape of an electoral law in the smaller entity of the country, there is no viable solution in sight ahead of the 2018 general elections. Croatian and Bosniak leaders need to agree on a new electoral law based on… » read more

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For months, European leaders have had a certain way of approaching negotiations with the United States on big-picture matters like trade, the Iran nuclear deal, and the future of NATO. In discussions with the Trump administration, European heads of state such as French President Emmanuel Macron have opted for a two-pronged approach: flatter and cozy… » read more

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