The return of fascist discourse has been several decades in the making and owes a lot to Matteo Salvini.
A survey on stereotypes and discrimination in the business world reveals major disparities between men and women.
The far-right leader of the Brothers of Italy has tried to distance the party from its fascist lineage, but many are still worried about the direction she will take the country.
An overwhelming majority of Ukrainians are not willing to negotiate over the territorial integrity of the country, even if it means peace.
To think about new ways of transmitting science and to really innovate how we teach, the first step is creating an appropriate dialogue format. From there, everything becomes possible.
Synthetic fertiliser prices have shot up amid the war in Ukraine. Could organic fertilisers provide a worthy alternative?
Eating insects can carry a much lower environmental footprint than conventional meat. Should western cultures be incorporating more of them into their diets?
The Sweden Democrats have become the second largest party nationally, making it harder to argue against including them in government.
Why UK energy rationing is increasingly likely this winter, whether Truss likes it or not.
Could Europe embrace a multicultural model like Canada’s? It’s unlikely unless a new form of multi-ethnicity, in the shape of countries or empires, makes a comeback.
Writers seem to be especially vulnerable in polarized times, when the nuances of works are more likely to be overlooked.
Central banks are trying to strike a balance between curbing inflation and enabling economic growth.
Rising temperatures are having an impact on every aspect of people’s lives. Business is not immune to the volatile weather.
Wildfires are intensifying, yet they’re one of the most poorly understood phenomena on Earth. New research shows that they can disturb both regional and global climate.
The latest political chaos in Italy is the result of a series of political manoeuvres by varying parties.
The Italian parliament has been dissolved following the resignation of Prime Minister Mario Draghi. What happens next, and why is Italy’s politics so fragmented?
Hotter, drier summers risk making widlfires more like those of southern Europe.
Freshly re-elected in April, France’s president lost his parliamentary majority in June. So who is Emmanuel Macron and what defines his paradoxical politics?
The pandemic has helped fuel a resurgence of social democratic parties
Extreme downpours brought deadly flooding to the Appalachian region, just a few weeks after the destructive Yellowstone River flood.