"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.
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
Martha Muir responds to Ábel Bede's Palatinate article 'Lee must not fall' by urging the United States to follow Germany's example in a way that "honours victims and condemns their oppressors" and to remove the statue of Robert E. Lee as a symbol...
Ábel Bede argues that statues of figures, on both the right and wrong side of history, should remain, as "with a proper education and approach they could be used to benefit our society".