The pandemic has reinforced the case for egalitarianism to define the ethos of the welfare state.
With a Digital Services Act in the offing, regulation of platforms can make public-interest journalism sustainable again.
The pandemic has highlighted the fragility of social protection, especially in the developing world. A new global fund is needed—and it’s affordable.
For decades urban development has followed the impulses of capital. The right to a home and the right to the city must be won by the citizens.
The European Commission is caught between the needs of frontline states receiving refugees and those in the rear resisting responsibility-sharing.
Europe has the chance to revolutionise how people and goods move and help cap global warming, while creating jobs and improving health.