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Operation Easter Egg

UK Catriona M. Munro, TA Editor in Chief - April 5, 2024.

A surprising number of people are not aware that it is illegal in the UK to collect, steal, pinch, or purloin birds’ eggs. On the tiny...

Plastics Pollution Crisis - What Prospects for UN Negotiations?

Globalization Gordon Feller, TA contributor - March 22, 2024.

The UN negotiations now under way on a future global plastics treaty face an uphill climb. A growing list of science-focused organisations are calling for...

Proceed with Caution

Technology Stephen Harwood - March 21, 2024.

‘Proceed with Caution’ is a warning. It signals danger ahead. It suggests that we slow down and take stock of where we are. However, do...

Stoltenberg's plan for long-term NATO support for Ukraine is not easy to dismiss

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 4, 2024.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg's leaving his position will have a lasting effect if he succeeds in realising the plan for stable financing of Ukrainian...

Will the US remain without a military presence in the Sahel after Niger cancelled the agreement?

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - March 25, 2024.

The American military presence in the Sahel region has been called into question following the Niger junta's decision to terminate the agreement with the US...

Haiti’s Transitional Council - the last hope for a way out of the nightmare of violence and lawlessness

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 8, 2024.

A slim hope for an end to mass street violence and the complete collapse of society in Haiti appear with signs that the recently established...

Lawsuit within the family – a healing impact of the European Parliament’s lawsuit against the European Commission

EU Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - March 16, 2024.

The European Parliament's lawsuit against the European Commission erupted like a first-class political bomb, with the consequences expected 3 months later amid new European elections. The...

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