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Hundreds of people join a ‘Light and Love’ gathering outside the royal palace in Amsterdam to protest the election victory of Geert Wilders’ far-right party PVV, or Party for Freedom, in a general election in November 2023. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

The Dutch are aiming to quarantine populism. Should the rest of the world follow suit?

Some European countries are turning to anti-populist coalitions to battle the rising tide of populism. Will it work?
African migrants attempting to flee to Europe disembark in Sfax from a vessel belonging to the Tunisian coastguard, after having been intercepted at sea, on 10 August 2023. Fethi Belaid/AFP

Why EU information campaigns are failing to deter migrants from leaving

The argument is a familiar one: African citizens are unaware of the risks tied to the perilous journey across the Mediterranean and the West must therefore enlighten them.
Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory in Sweden, where KBS-3 repository technologies have been tested. Anna Storm

100,000 years and counting: how do we tell future generations about highly radioactive nuclear waste repositories?

Spent nuclear fuel remains dangerous for so long that languages can disappear and humanity’s very existence cannot be guaranteed. So how do we communicate information about repositories into the future?
Raw vegetable and lettuce salad with Indonesian fried tempeh. Gekko Gallery/Shutterstock

Indonesia can expand its gastrodiplomacy via plant-based meals in Europe: Research

The recent surge of plant-based food consumers in Europe, particularly the Netherlands, can be a promosing further Indonesia’s gastrodiplomacy strategy of Indonesia Spice Up the World (ISUTW).

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