In feminist thought, the gendered aspects of war cannot be overlooked. In a piece written especially for the #peaceispossible campaign, staff writer Dominique Keizer analyzes the underlying ideas in being a protector, as well as the specific challenges women face in war.
The integration of post-soviet Russia into the Western sphere is a still-pending debate. In this opinion piece, Guest writer Tarik Mert argues that change may be on the horizon when it comes to Soviet worldviews within Russia.
What do we build on top of the problems we face, and who can inhabit these new structures? This week, guest writer Viktor Warg analyzes this query, drawing inspiration from Beatriz Colomina’s works on the intersection between architecture and health.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine raises several questions pertaining to the provisions of international humanitarian law. In this opinion piece, Staff writer Adrian Kokk argues the importance of spreading awareness about the Russian regime’s possible war crimes in Ukraine from the perspective of International Criminal Law.
In a poignant essay, staff writer Dominique Keizer discusses what the consumer can change in order to preserve nature’s resources, and what to look for if you want your consumption to be more sustainable and fair.
The U.S. Capitol raid has been widely condemned by world leaders, using varying degrees of harshness. In this opinion piece, Staff writer Felix Sjögren argues the importance of calling the insurrection for what it is – Fascism.
Text by Áine Kelly-Costello of Klimatstudenterna* It was last Christmas …