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Edouard Gaudot

Edouard Gaudot is a strategic advisor to the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament. Edouard has previously been a teacher and an author, and contributed to GEF’s book Populism in Europe. He is a member of the Green European Journal’s editorial board.

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30.11.2017
Les Villes au Secours des Réfugiés

Edouard Gaudot is a strategic advisor to the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament. Edouard has previously been a teacher and an author, and contributed to GEF’s book Populism in Europe. He is a member of the Green European Journal’s editorial board.

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30.11.2017
Cities to the Rescue

Cities could become a welcoming and protective hub for refugees in Europe - but not without financial support to stimulate their economy and create jobs. An interview with Gesine Schwan.

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27.11.2017
‘Bruxelles Pas belle’ ou ‘Bruxelles Re-Belle’ ?

Edouard Gaudot is a strategic advisor to the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament. Edouard has previously been a teacher and an author, and contributed to GEF’s book Populism in Europe. He is a member of the Green European Journal’s editorial board.

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25.11.2017
‘Ugly Bruxy’ or Bruxelles ‘Re-belle’?

Brussels can teach us a lot about city politics and urban planning. Today, citizen movements and progressive forces, including Green parties, are changing the city.

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01.07.2016
Marianne et Michel Se Font la Tête

Depuis les origines, le « moteur franco-allemand » a une place particulière dans la construction européenne. C’est sa cohésion politique et sa solidarité dans les moments de crise qui ont fortement contribué à « l’esprit européen ». Mais quand le couple va mal, c’est toute la famille européenne qui trinque.

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01.07.2016
Engine Breakdown or Power Shortage? How the Franco-German Engine Is No Longer Driving Europe

Since the outset, the ‘Franco-German engine’ has been the driving force in the European construction process.

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01.03.2016
OCEAN – OD KOLONII DO GLOBALNEGO NARODU

Podejście państw europejskich do otaczających je wód wpisane było jak do tej pory w logikę kolonizacji – podbijania nowych terenów w imię interesu narodowego.

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01.03.2016
The Ocean: From Colonised Territory to Global Nation

The approach of European states to the surrounding waters has so far been inscribed in a logic of colonisation and conquering new territories in the name of national interest.

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10.03.2015
Plan Juncker: laisse pas béton l’imaginaire

Combien pour sauver l’Europe ? C’est la question à 1000 milliards d’euros !

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10.03.2015
Just How Much Will it Take to Save Europe?

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s investment plan to kickstart the European economy proposes solutions based on the outdated assumption that growth in terms of construction of large infrastructure projects is the way forward. A more imaginative approach would be to look beyond this, and to put welfare and sustainability at the core of an ambitious long-term plan, which could make Europe’s economic future seem much more bright.

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31.07.2014
Fortschritte und Rückschläge: Die Europawahl aus grüner Perspektive

Was machte diese Europawahl 2014 so bemerkenswert? Zum ersten Mal wurden von den europäischen Parteien gemeinsame Spitzenkandidat/innen aufgestellt. Dies hat nicht nur zu mehr Personalisierung des Europawahlkampfes geführt, sondern auch den Wahlen eine konkrete pan-europäische Dimension gegeben. Es waren außerdem die ersten Europawahlen, die nach dem Beginn der Krise stattfanden. Damit zusammen hängt ein erschreckendes Erstarken der rechten Kräfte in Europa. Was bedeutet das Ergebnis für die Grünen und welche Schlussfolgerungen können gezogen werden?

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31.07.2014
Advances and setbacks: the European elections from a green perspective

What made these European elections of 2014 so notable? For the first time, the European parties nominated joint leading candidates. This led not only to a greater personalisation of the European electoral campaign but also gave the elections a real pan-European dimension. What does the outcome mean for the Greens, and what conclusions can be drawn?

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01.05.2014
Political Ecology is a Martial Art

Greens are impatient people. The sentiment of urgency has been fuelling their calls for radical change over the past four decades.

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01.03.2013
Never Closer Union? The British Test

In a context of an economic crisis and with public finances under stress, the on-going round of negotiations over the next EU Budget and the European legislation for the regulation of the financial industry have taken the British debate on Europe to a new level.

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01.05.2012
Delivering hope – is there a green answer to the challenges raised by the rise of the Front National?

The success of the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the first round of the French Presidential election, and the success of similar nationalistic parties in other European countries, has left many wondering how the greens and progressive forces should respond to this perceived threat to European values. Edouard Gaudot suggests that the answer lies in offering hope to those who feel rejected by the political and economic system.

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27.04.2012
Is There a Green Answer to the Front National?

The success of the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the first round of the French Presidential election, and the success of similar nationalistic parties in other European countries, has left many wondering how the greens and progressive forces should respond to this perceived threat to European values.

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