The European Union (EU) regards itself as one of the world leaders on climate change. For all its discussion on mitigation strategies, it has thus far proven… Read more “The European Union recognises the need to address climate change as an energy security issue.”
Yesterday afternoon Israel yet again gave the word. Residents were given an hour to evacuate the al-Jala’a tower building in Gaza before airstrikes raised it to the… Read more “Is a ground invasion imminent?”
This essay contends that cornucopian viewpoints are somewhat compatible with effective climate change mitigation (CCM) when regarding the need for innovation and technology, however this becomes limited… Read more “Are cornucopian worldviews compatible with effective climate change mitigation?”
https://www.themay50k.org/fundraisers/ameliamcnair I’m taking part in The May 50K challenge and will be leaving my limits behind to raise funds for life-changing research into multiple sclerosis. Sadly, MS… Read more “Support my challenge to leave MS behind!”
The question: To what extent do the colonial origins of Egypt and Syria explain their contemporary politics?
The question: Engaging with social movement theory, how have instances of “popular resistance” as a nonviolent movement promoted the rights of the Palestinian people since the Second… Read more “Nonviolent movements in the West Bank?”
This essay will study the complexities of Revisionist Zionism, of which this primary source is fundamental.
I spent hundreds of hours researching, interviewing and writing this piece. It is long, but I believe the results indicate a significant turning point in feminism internationally.… Read more “The real deal for a stable future. Women’s activism in Israel and its significance.”