After the Invasion: Germany Re-enters History
After the Invasion: Germany Re-enters History
EN
19/05/2022
An analysis of Germany’s foreign and security policy and how it is changing as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Lessons from the French Presidential Election
Lessons from the French Presidential Election
EN
12/05/2022
An analysis of Yannick Jadot’s election campaign and what to expect in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Bulgaria’s Greens: From Street Protests to Government
Bulgaria’s Greens: From Street Protests to Government
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02/05/2022
From July 2020 until the end of then-Prime Minister Boyko Borissov’s third term on 16 April 2021, Bulgaria was engulfed in daily demonstrations against government corruption and impunity. Following Borissov’s resignation, two inconclusive elections were held before a four-party coalition achieved a majority in November 2021. As a result, Greens are now in government in a breakthrough for the region. In January 2022, Pavel Antonov spoke to Deputy Prime Minister for Climate Policy and Minister of Environment and Water Borislav Sandov, one of the co-founders of the Green Movement party, about the political legacy of the protests, Green politics and ideas in Bulgarian society, and the priorities for government.
Just Transition Is About Systemic Change
EN
10/05/2022
Where Are the Ukrainian Women?
EN
04/05/2022
For the Union Makes Us Strong: Selected Reading for Labour Day
EN
27/04/2022
How Green Independents Broke Through in North Macedonia
EN
26/04/2022
Why Russia Finds Friends in Africa
EN
22/04/2022
Genderphobia in Eastern Europe: Myths and Realities
EN
20/04/2022
Future of Europe
Will Ecology Expand the EU’s Horizons?
Will Ecology Expand the EU’s Horizons?
With the US flip-flopping on its commitments and China disregarding democratic principles, the EU should seize the leadership opportunity.
After Modernity: Citizenship Beyond the Nation State?
After Modernity: Citizenship Beyond the Nation State?
If democracy stays cast in its national mould, the path ahead may be one of exclusion and disenfranchisement.
No Time for Castles: From Closed to Open Democracy
No Time for Castles: From Closed to Open Democracy
For proponents of deliberative democracy, today’s representative regimes offer nothing more than illusion.
Defining Democracy for a Sovereign Europe
Defining Democracy for a Sovereign Europe
Shahin Vallée and Franziska Brantner debate European democracy, transnational politics, and the meaning of sovereignty.
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