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At Social Science Works we seek to engage with contemporary political debate and offer solutions to its most pressing problems
At Social Science Works we are interested in giving second opinions on research, to help enable policy makers make informed
In France, you lose count of how many times you’ve heard about the "crisis of authority". It has become a
As an urban tourism destination, Berlin developed rapidly since German reunification in October 1990. Its unique character, fascinating history, and
We need to talk. We need to talk about fundamental concepts like democracy, ethical and political pluralism, tolerance, equality and
In 2015, roughly 1,1 million refugees came to Germany. About 428,500 of these people are Syrians. Refugees from Iraq (13%)
by Namwan Leavell Republican Senator and prospective presidential candidate Ted Cruz doesn’t believe in global warming. “Many of the alarmists
"Manus manum lavat" - One hand washes the other. One Facet Of The Vicious Exchange In The EU's Eastern Neighbourhood.
Market and liberal democracy are both based on the assumption that individuals are the best possible referees of their personal
It is often assumed in social and political science that citizens should participate more in political structures and processes aimed