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  • The added value of ethical reflection in policymaking in Poland

    In July 2017, the ruling party of Poland, the Law and Justice Party (PiS), tried to concentrate powers, effectively violating constitutional order, by promoting three controversial pieces of legislation. The first one would have granted the Minister of Justice power over the members of the Supreme Court, including the...
  • Power, security, and due process

    Other than marking the commencement of his 4-year term, the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States signaled changes to the United States’ criminal justice response to terrorism, emphasizing security, and not due process. The nascence of Trump’s contentious politics intervenes in logics with...
  • Why men?

    “I have had to interrogate masculinity, which I think doesn’t happen enough. The toxic privileges that come with being a man don’t define me, but I have to be accountable for how it shows up in my life every day.” -Tiq Milan March 1st marks the 10th annual White...
  • When two elephants fight each other

    Original article here   When two elephants fight each other, the first victims are the bushes and the small animals that accidentally get in their way. Similarly, when two or more superpowers, or ”elephants”, fight with their own self-interest in mind, it is the innocent people who are the...
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