Environmental protests involving acts of civil disobedience, such as throwing tomato soup on a famous painting, have recently happened in many places of the world. Staff Writer Paula Ullaland examines the effectiveness and impact of these actions.
Jin, jiyan, azadi: From rallying cry to revolution
Johannes Malmgren explores the origin and development of the anti-regime movement in Iran.
The Dangers of Media Hooks
A few years ago, there was a large court proceeding …
“Women, life, and liberty”: Iranian Women’s Fight for Equal Rights Continues
Utblick Staff Writer Tanyalak Thongyoojaroen spoke to an Iranian woman and international experts weighing in on the situation in Iran.
Planet Earth – how perceptions impact sustainability efforts
Climate change is an issue of global importance. However, the different perceptions about it impact the efforts worldwide to combat it. Staff writer Dominique Keizer explains.
The Resurrection of the Italian Far-Right
Fratelli d’Italia, a right-wing party, recently won the elections in Italy. Moltas Karlsson wrote down his opinion for the reasons of their rise to power and possible consequences for the EU.
Welcome, but not here: outsourcing asylum seekers
Denmark and Britain have recently included Rwanda as an intermediary country for asylum seekers, but is it beneficial for refugees? Staff writer Tilde Bergström examines this issue.
Feminist Foreign Policy: norm diffusion or political branding?
During the past decade, Feminist Foreign Policy has been adopted by many countries promoting gender equality in global affairs, but are those nations using the concept as norm diffusion or merely political branding? Staff writer Axèle Maillard Arricot analyzes this issue.
One Way Ticket: The Russian Mobilization, Democraphics and Human Capital Flight
Is Russia facing problems resulting from human capital flight? Utblick Staff Writer Magdalena Kamont examines possible consequences of the recent Russian partial mobilization.