If this past year and a half has taught us anything, it’s that change will happen without any warning, regardless if we or our institutions are prepared for it. Personally, I was already adjusted to one aspect of this global
With 80 million people forcibly displaced worldwide, it’s an issue that disarms many. But there’s another side of migration that doesn’t get much coverage – depopulation in rural areas. In fact, in the past 50 years, 26 million people have
Q&A Session with Filippo Addarii
If you’re not a big Simpsons fan, you may not think about nuclear energy too often. But as the climate crisis becomes increasingly urgent, and governments are implored to take measures which reduce their reliance on fossil fuels, nuclear energy
Germany may have bagged itself a universal basic income (UBI) through a legal back door. We’ll never know if the judges at the German Supreme Court in Karlsruhe were fully aware of the enormous consequences of their verdict last year.
Europe’s prospects could not be better, but its challenges have rarely been greater. First, COVID-19 has only accelerated problems that were already present: economic and social stress, unemployment, general sentiments towards lack of progress, and identity conflicts. This is giving