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“Today it is me, tomorrow it could be you.” That was Pablo Hasél’s last tweet before his arrest on February 12, 2021, after taking refuge in the University of Lleida to avoid a nine-month jail sentence. As police in riot gear moved in to escor...

The Fight for Free Speech: Civil Liberties in Spain

“Today it is me, tomorrow it could be you.” That was Pablo Hasél’s last tweet before his arrest on February 12, 2021, after taking refuge in the University of Lleida to avoid a nine-month jail sentence. As police in riot gear moved in to escor...

As the popularity of right-wing populist parties has soared in recent years, Ireland contrasts in exhibiting a notable dearth of such a party. From the nationalist UK Brexit movement in Ireland’s close neighbor to the transformation of the United S...

Left-Wing Prospects: A Sinn Féin Model

As the popularity of right-wing populist parties has soared in recent years, Ireland contrasts in exhibiting a notable dearth of such a party. From the nationalist UK Brexit movement in Ireland’s close neighbor to the transformation of the United S...

Among the flurry of executive orders signed by Joe Biden on his first day as President was the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline, which would have moved oil extracted from tar sands in Alberta to Port Arthur, Texas, where it could be shipped i...

Keystone XL, the Commons, and Energy Independence

Among the flurry of executive orders signed by Joe Biden on his first day as President was the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline, which would have moved oil extracted from tar sands in Alberta to Port Arthur, Texas, where it could be shipped i...