Topic: Europe

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What Makes People Distrust Science? It's Not Politics — According to Science

Political ideology is seen by many researchers as the main culprit of science skepticism. Today, there is a crisis of trust in science. Many people &ndas...   [ continue reading...]

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Noam Chomsky on Donald Trump and the 'Me First' Doctrine

In Trumpian lingo, "America First" means "me first" and damn the consequences for the country or the world. President Trump's sudden cancellation&nbs...   [ continue reading...]

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'A historic victory for women's rights': how the world responded to Ireland's abortion referendum

Media from the UK to Argentina react to the results of Friday’s vote, laying the path to legislation for saf...   [ continue reading...]

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After Brexit, Blexit: Putting Your Money Where Your Life Is

You’ve heard of Brexit, but how about Blexit? Brexit’s what the British public voted to do when they felt the European Union wasn’t serving th...   [ continue reading...]

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Cliffhanger: Could Turkey’s Authoritarian President Erdogan Actually Lose June Snap Elections?

Istanbul (OpenDemocracy) – The rise of authoritarianism in Turkey has gone hand in hand with a de-institutionalization, in favour of what many call the &l...   [ continue reading...]

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The United States Is a Force for Chaos Across the Planet

The United States is incapable of producing any results other than destruction and further fragmentation across large parts of the planet, argues Tom Engelhardt...   [ continue reading...]

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Thousands of Italian Women March Across Country. Demand: "My Body, My Choice."

Women protest in a "Obiezione Respinta" demonstration organized by the "Non una di meno" movement to remember the 194 Law against abortion after 40 years, on Ma...   [ continue reading...]

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Ireland Just Voted to Legalize Abortion

On Friday, Ireland made history when the country voted to repeal its constitution’s Eighth Amendment, one of the strictest abortion laws in Europe. The re...   [ continue reading...]

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How Did Grenoble Start a French Water Revolution? It Made Its Water Management Public.

Truthout combats corporate power by bringing you trustworthy, independent news. Join our mission by making a donation now! Only the pipeline entering the heav...   [ continue reading...]

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Landslide vote for women's right to choose in Ireland

Issue 1182May 27, 2018abortionwomen's liberationIrelandYes vote supporters celebrate as the results in the Irish referendum on the 8th amendment concerning...   [ continue reading...]

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Left radicalism fifty years after 1968: the capitalist state and political science

We must grasp relations between politics, society and the economy more precisely, by appropriating the information...   [ continue reading...]

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Ireland Votes Overwhelmingly to Repeal Abortion Ban

Expand Women celebrate the result of yesterday's referendum on liberalizing abortion law, i...   [ continue reading...]

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Why an AT&T Antitrust Victory Could Spark a Battle for Most of Rupert Murdoch’s Empire

This summer, Disney’s efforts to amass more entertainment assets could be checked by Comcast Like the nemeses from a fantasy drama, a game of throne...   [ continue reading...]

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"Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible!": How the Events of 1968 Transformed French Society

This piece was originally published at Al Jazeera English. This week, 50 years ago, France was going through the biggest labor strike in its history. Two-third...   [ continue reading...]

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Privacy and the GDPR at Mondoweiss

You may have heard about the European Union's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law that goes into effect today, May 25, 2018. This law helps safegu...   [ continue reading...]

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Offensive liberalism: Emmanuel Macron and the New European Politics

Can President Macron save the EU as a legitimate liberal institution, through a deliberate re-politicisation of Eu...   [ continue reading...]

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States of Cruelty: The Dead Refugees of Manus

In those seemingly interminable refugee debates being held in various countries, cruelty is pure theatre. It is directed, stage managed, the victims treated as...   [ continue reading...]

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Pharmaceutical Makers Sending Drug-Spiked Water to Treatment Plants

(Photo: Ian Iott/flickr) Wastewater treatment plants taking discharges from nearby pharmaceutical manufacturers have "substantially" higher concentrations of d...   [ continue reading...]

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As New Privacy Rules Hit Europe, Google and Facebook Hit With $8.8 Billion in Lawsuits

Jake Johnson, staff writer, Jessica Corbett, staff writerAccusing Facebook, Google, WhatsApp, and Instagram  of "intentionally" violating Europe's strict n...   [ continue reading...]

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Lawsuits Continue to Gain Popularity As Tool in Climate Fight

A collection of families from eight countries have filed suit against the European Union, claiming it has failed to adequately protect citizens from the impacts...   [ continue reading...]

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