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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Johannes Moehrle

Fringe or frontrunner? Eric Zemmour’s French Presidential candidacy explained

"Zemmour’s political ideologies is one of division, intolerance and discrimination, and his mere candidacy is a testimony of France’s fragile political landscape and its descent into populist demagogy."

COP26 or COP OUT?

"We can’t help but ask ourselves whether leaders care about leaving a planet behind on which the next generations can live."

Germany’s general election: Uncertainty until the end

"Germans can expect that with Olaf Scholz ahead and a Green Party that despite its setbacks has never been so strong, they will have a government and a parliament that is more than ever preoccupied with climate change, and which will undoubtedly trigger important changes in German industry."

Will Biden’s Climate Summit Succeed?

By organising the virtual climate summit in April, Joe Biden didn’t fail to address one of his most important campaign promises, which is to...

Seaspiracy: vegan propaganda or important warning?

Seaspiracy only offers one drastic solution: eliminate fish from our diet unless you are one of the 120 million who directly depend on it.

Is this the end of the gig economy?

"In European countries, the rising popularity of apps such as Uber, Uber-eats and Deliveroo has put a strain on welfare states; in recent years, there has been an expanding number of workers who are dependents of a company, without receiving the social security that comes with such dependence." Johannes Moehrle argues for the improvement of workers' rights in the gig economy.

Pandemic Projects: Oxford and Beyond

For many of us students, this term will happen from home and from behind our screens. In most cases, this means less social interaction,...

Centre stage: Jiao Zi

Chinese New Year celebrations reunite the whole family, and as is often the case when Chinese families get together, food takes centre stage. Most...