As Czechs prepare to return to the polls to elect a new president, Dr Seán Hanley reflects on the first round of voting and subsequent frontrunners, billionaire Andrej Babiš and retired general Petr Pavel. Continue reading Czech presidential elections: the oligarch or the general?
Professor Rodney Harrison highlights the inter-relationship between natural and cultural heritage and the importance of coordinated policies to manage and conserve landscapes. Continue reading Towards integrated natural and cultural heritage policy in Europe and beyond
Professor Sven Biscop analyses the EU’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the distinction between strategy and morality, and posits that in international politics there is no such thing as unconditional support. Continue reading The EU and Ukraine: Strategy and Morality
Recent UCL graduate Valeria Topalo explores what the war feels like from the perspective of neighbouring Moldova. Continue reading Moldova and Russia’s War in Ukraine, and Why the EU Should Care
Dr Kirsty Hughes explores views on and prospects for Scottish independence, and the possible implications of Liz Truss as UK Prime Minister. Continue reading Scotland’s Independence Debate and the New UK Prime Minister