Supporting the Belarusian people on the Day of Solidarity with Belarus, in our newest article, Hannah Bieber, editor-in-chief and Leyre Castro, editor at the Euroculturer Magazine have gone through the development of the events in Belarus since early August 2020, the constant human rights abuse and the international response to them. #StandWithBelarus
In this article, Justine Le Floch reflects on the consequences the election of Joe Biden might have on the future of Transatlantic relationships, and what this entails for Europe.
In this article, Fairuzah Atchulo Munaaya Mahama uses the concept of negative partisanship - namely the fear and hate people feel towards a party, to try and understand why Biden's victory in the 2020 US Elections was predictable.
The Democratic primary season in the US has started, and different candidates have lined up with a message “I can beat Donald Trump”. Getting Trump out of office has become a goal not only of the democrats, who are opposing this president more than any other “ideological rival” in recent history but also of many centrist, independents and some republicans.
At the end of March, Turkey has held its municipal elections and the final results might lead to some future substantial changes. French-Turkish student Sumeyye Hancer writes on what she has observed on it.
Is Friedrich Merz's candidacy for the CDU leadership a threat or a gift for German politics? Let's change perspective - and discover how such option could boost the German political landscape.
Many criticise our current model of representative democracy. Some offer a solution: participatory democracy. But would it be better than our current system? Read more about the pros and cons - and about the actual need for reforms.
Manuel Valls officially announced his candidacy for the elections in 2019 in Spain, to become the new mayor of Barcelona. Why such a surprising move and what are his chances?
When it comes to politics in Brazil, history and corruption are the two main players. This time, Brazilians might also add to this recipe far-right populism due to their "polarisation" and "opposition for the sake of opposition" habits.
What do the results of Sweden's latest elections mean for the country, but also for Europe? Have we just witnessed the end of Sweden as a "role model"?