On the eve of the election, what is the state of the Japanese anti-nuclear movement?

On December 16th, general elections will be held in Japan. Almost two years after the earthquake that caused a nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the anti-nuclear movement has never been so large in this.

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The (anti-)establishment of the Norwegian Green Party

One year after Breivik’s terrorist attack of July 22, and one year before a possible green electoral breakthrough in Norway, Nikki Schei and Øyvind Strømmen discuss the mobilisation of green voter.

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“For a richer New Zealand” – Successes of a green campaign

In the last election, the New Zealand Greens achieved a record result. For the first time, more than 10% of votes were cast for the Greens, making them the third largest party in the country’s House.

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GroenLinks preparing pro-European campaign for Dutch elections

The ongoing euro crisis has made “Europe” a main issue of national elections throughout the European Union. The Netherlands, where general elections will take place on September 12, are no excepti.

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