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The Rise Of Far-Right Educational Censorship And Corruption In Cyprus

The Rise Of Far-Right Educational Censorship And Corruption In Cyprus

The corruption-plagued Cyprus government is tearing up textbook pages and seeking to censor artist Giorgos Gavriel.

Anti-Gender Mobilization At The World Health Assembly

Anti-Gender Mobilization At The World Health Assembly

When a draft resolution at the World Health Assembly advocated for comprehensive sexuality education, anti-gender groups sprang into action to block it.

Why The UK’s Race Report Was So Controversial

Why The UK’s Race Report Was So Controversial

A report by the UK's Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities downplayed systemic racism and its impact on societal inequities.

Inside The German Far-Right Party’s Effort To Normalize Nationalism Again

Inside The German Far-Right Party’s Effort To Normalize Nationalism Again

With new messaging emphasizing a return to normal, Germany's AfD party is seeking to bring nationalism back into the center of German politics.

The Murky Overlaps Between Swedish COVID Protests And The Radical Right

Hungary’s Extreme-Right Party And Its Fight Against COVID-19 Measures

Hungary’s Extreme-Right Party And Its Fight Against COVID-19 Measures

The far-right in Hungary are waging a “Bill Gates” conspiracy theory-driven movement against COVID-19 safety measures.

The Center Right Goes Hardline On Immigration In Europe

The Center Right Goes Hardline On Immigration In Europe

In an effort to outflank the radical right on the issue of immigration, center right parties have taken their hardline stances into the mainstream.

Trump Weakened America’s Global Leadership While China Rose

Trump Weakened America’s Global Leadership While China Rose

In pursuing his failed isolationist "America First" approach to foreign policy, Trump allowed China to grow its global influence.

How Covid-19 Has Boosted The Radical Populist Right In Belgium

How Covid-19 Has Boosted The Radical Populist Right In Belgium

The Flemish radical right has made considerable progress towards acceptance, yet its historical legacy still weighs heavily.

Bigotry Is Not Unique To America

Bigotry Is Not Unique To America

Yes, other countries have problems with racism. But that’s all the more reason to show how exceptional American can be by tackling ours.

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