How did Matteo Renzi end up the most powerful man in Italian politics, and what is he going to do now he is in charge?
US President Barack Obama’s attempt to pass environmental legislation in his first term faltered because of a failure to build sufficient public support in the face of fierce right wing opposition
“The Irish are a pragmatic people. We understand that the morning after the party, there is a bill to be paid,”
Experiences of aerial bombardment were extremely similar across nations during the Second World War despite perceptions of fanatical uncaring leadership by the Japanese, according to Sheldon Govon of Princeton University speaking at the EUI
While the death penalty can be seen as the ultimate exercise of state authority, its misuse can undermine authority and its use is strewn with paradoxes
Current discourses and dialogues about trafficking are denying many migrants autonomy over their actions
The scope of human rights needs to be re-conceptualised with an eye to future generations, argue human rights experts at the EUI
Issues of disputed identity during the 1990s helped to slow Croatia’s accession to the European Union, according to Croatia’s Ambassador to Italy