Clémence Smith discusses euthanasia policies across different countries and what it means when people have the right to terminate their lives.
Firmly settled in liberal western Europe, democracy may feel like a well-established norm for Austria, but despite its rejection of an extremist, and arguably more autocratic, Presidential candidate in December, democracy has not always been Austria’s choice. Now in its Second Republic – after the ﬁrst ended with the welcoming of Hitler in 1938 – […]
It is finally December and most of us can agree on one thing: 2016 has been a pretty awful year. However, if you thought that the curse of political populism could finally be put to bed for the winter, think again. This weekend Austria elects its next President, and there is a significant chance they will vote […]