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Meeting between US President Clinton, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat

Israel’s System of Oppression: An Apartheid Without Nuance

Despite efforts to solve the Israel-Palestine Conflict, so far no lasting peace has been secured. While the violence from both sides is to be condemned, one must not turn their eyes away from Israeli violations of international law and human rights, in particular the Israeli System of Apartheid and the Occupation of Palestine.

Andrej Babis with Boris Johnson

All eyes on CEE: The 2023 elections that may decide on the EU’s populist and illiberal trajectory in the coming years

After elections in Sweden and Italy last year that brought significant gains to a right-wing populist party in the former and led to a far-right populist government in the latter, the EU faces crucial elections in the Czech Republic, Poland and potentially Slovakia in 2023. Their outcomes may have important implications for the EU as they could further strengthen Europe’s populist, illiberal coalitions across Europe.

NATO Secretary General visits Italy

Europe’s Shift to the Right

Two colossal wars in less than half a century engendered the concept of a unified Europe under one supranational institution – the European Union. Yet, European countries are now once again electing right-wing leaders. What does it mean for Europe’s relations with the EU and the rest of the world?