The EU should bring a new climate agenda to Glasgow—including a roadmap for emerging nations to embrace a future beyond fossil fuels.
Columns & Interviews
by Malcolm Fairbrother on
In talking about their future relationship with the UK, EU leaders may want to mind their language.
Populist parties succeed if they mobilise disaffected constituencies. But they fail if they stimulate their opponents to go one better.
by Sarah Chander on
The sociologist David Williams has said racism makes us sick and this is also true at work. How can we create workplaces which promote wellbeing for all?
Last month the Italian far right failed to seize the left-wing bastion of Emilia-Romagna. But the election results raise wider challenges for the resistance to rising populism.
by Paul Mason on
Paul Mason explains how, even after the UK has technically left the EU, ‘Brexit’ has escalated into a culture war over immigration.
Through the Fridays for Future protests, young people vent their frustration with political short-sightedness—yet little is being done to tackle intergenerational injustice.
by Amandine Crespy on
The opening of debate on minimum wages across the EU has precipitated a Nordic union reaction against incursions on collective bargaining.