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Is Social Democracy Ever Coming Back?
As labour parties and their political projects appear to recede deeper into irrelevance in every election around Europe, we might wonder whether the death knell ring has rung for social democracy. But what remains to be seen is whether this trajectory will continue, whether the political landscape is in the process of shifting irreversibly - and if so how Greens can assert their place in it, and their vision for a new social democratic pact?
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Will France Vote for Stability or Renewal?
Will France Vote for Stability or Renewal?
The presence of candidates who don't fit within the bipartisan mould and the absence of any overarching theme are two striking features of the French presidential campaigns.
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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Side of Citizenship
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Side of Citizenship
The origin and meanings of citizenship - what does it mean today in an era of mass migration and security fears?
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In Citizens we Trust: How Street Protests Became the Last Democratic Resort in Romania
In Citizens we Trust: How Street Protests Became the Last Democratic Resort in Romania
Romania's huge anti-corruption protests are significant for the country and Europe.
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Finland Takes a Giant Green Leap
Finland Takes a Giant Green Leap
Finland's municipal elections on 8th April saw the Finnish Green party win an unprecedented 12.4 per cent of votes across the country and right-wing and populist parties take a beating.
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Cause for Concern: Why We Shouldn't Feel Relieved After the Dutch Elections
Cause for Concern: Why We Shouldn’t Feel Relieved After the Dutch Elections
Despite the expressions of relieved euphoria after the Dutch elections, there is little to celebrate.
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Who will press the reset button first: Turkey or the EU?
Who will press the reset button first: Turkey or the EU?
The upcoming referendum in Turkey might give President Erdogan even greater power, threatening democratic rights in the country.
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Green for the People
Green for the People
How do we define populism? How did it influnce the Dutch elections, and what can Green parties learn from it?
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Latest Thematic Edition

Fear and Trembling: Perspectives on Security in Europe

Latest Thematic Edition

Gej volume 15 | Fear and Trembling: Perspectives on Security in Europe

What are the real sources of insecurity in Europe today? This edition takes a look at some of the threats we face and asks whether our perceptions match up with the reality.

Green Observatory
The Green Observatory provides a round-up of perspectives on a current political issue from the Green European Journal’s partners around Europe. Our latest is on tax avoidance in the wake of the Panama Papers and Luxleaks.
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