"An unprecedented change in the face and outlook of the Bundestag" – Rhodri Sheldrake Davies breaks down the German Federal Election.
Disasters, by their very nature, are unpredictable and devastating and so there will always be a limit to how prepared we can be for them. Given this, who should bear the brunt of the cost?
"The world’s most persecuted minority": Hana Kapetanovic looks into the Rohingya Crisis and what has caused it to intensify.
Rhodri Sheldrake Davies critiques Emmanuel Macron's En Marche, evaluating whether the movement has a future in the face of impending crises.
According to Tom Mitchell, the government's 'Great Repeal Bill' is "about as undemocratic as is imaginable in a nation where parliamentary democracy supposedly reigns" as he gives his damning verdict on Theresa May's Brexit legislation.
Louis Gibbon gives his take on the current Brexit impasse, asking if getting what the Brexiteers promised us will be at all possible.
In an exclusive interview, Palatinate sits down with Amnesty's head of refugee rights, as he hits out at current migration policy but puts a surprisingly optimistic spin on the uncertainties of Brexit