Eoghan Hughes explains the rise of the strictest abortion regime in the EU through the Eighth Amendment to the constitution of Ireland.
With the return of abortion to the centre of international debate, Sophie van den Elzen tackles the national politics behind abortion legislation.
Emma Danks-Lambert follows the emergence of the Czarny Protests against strict new abortion laws being introduced in Poland
Eoghan Hughes examines the promises, pledges and pitfalls surrounding the UK’s immigration policy in a post-Brexit reality.
Bastian Bayer introduces us to the contestants in this game and gives us insight into the rise of Martin Schulz.
Albert Meijer waxes lyrical on the joy new students bring- and the trouble. Enjoy Albert’s regular column on the coordinated chaos of administration
Playing by two different playbooks: John Mearsheimer on Ukraine, the students of Krakow on John Mearsheimer
Eoghan Hughes Edited by Elizabeth White I had not realised just how controversial Professor Mearsheimer was going to be until he delivered this line: “The conventional wisdom in Europe is that the […]
Bilbao: Aupa! Félicie Villeronce Edited by Michelle Perry On boring things: Finding a place to live is probably going to be one of your biggest worries over the two years you will […]
Heather Southwood│firstname.lastname@example.org In Goettingen I was one of approximately twenty Euroculture students, in Krakow that became one of nine, in Indianapolis I couldn’t sit in Starbucks on campus for long without someone […]
Having a Muslim woman in our midst, we as the second semester Krakow girls were dying to find out what it felt like for our classmate to be a Muslim woman in […]