Month Archives: May 2019


To tackle climate change, immigration and threats to democracy, Europe’s fractious new Parliament will have to work together

Written by: Garret Martin, Professorial Lecturer, American University School of International Service The European Parliament is more fragmented than ever in its history, which could lead to legislative paralysis. ShutterstockThe European Union has survived its latest contest between pro-EU and...


Scientists and poets are more alike than you might think

Written by: Sam Illingworth, Senior Lecturer in Science Communication, Manchester Metropolitan University Portrait of Ada Lovelace – mathematician and poet. Alfred Edward Chalon/WikipediaScience and poetry haven’t always got along. The English poet John Keats (who also trained as a medical...

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