09.07.2021
“The Most Challenging Term Since 1989”: Uphill Struggle for the Polish Greens

The Green MP discusses the issues shaping the political debate in Poland and the prospect of the 2023 elections.

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26.05.2021
Referendums in Romania: A Route to Political Capital

Referendums in Romania have been instrumentalised by various political actors as strategies to increase legitimacy and popularity.

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04.11.2020
Europe’s Blind Spot: The Movement Against Corruption in Bulgaria

The EU may turn a blind eye to attacks on rule of law by the Bulgarian government, but its people are demanding an end to endemic corruption.

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18.11.2019
The Austrian Greens Make Their Comeback

From appealing across the rural-urban divide to new electoral coalitions, the lessons from Austria’s election are relevant for green and progressive parties all over Europe.

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24.01.2019
Narratives Are Sexy: Romanian Corruption Protests and the EU

An interview on the recent anti-corruption protests in Romania and where the country stands now over 10 years after its accession to the EU.

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10.01.2019
How Orbán Manipulates Markets to Suppress Hungary’s Opposition

In Viktor Orbán’s self-styled illiberal democracy, power is maintained through patronage and cronyism built around public jobs and EU money.

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16.11.2018
A Whole Government Behind Bars – Romania’s Fight Against Corruption

Romania has done more than any other member state to fight corruption, but the EU keeps demanding impossible measures.

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21.11.2017
The Battle For Belgrade

Belgrade’s waterfront is threatened with a megaproject imposed by the government. Citizens have taken to the streets and mobilised against it, and shown an alternative to this kind of urban development.

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14.04.2017
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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28.11.2016
TINA, Go Home ! The Commons Are Here

The commons can be a useful tool against the fierce neoliberal push taking place in South Eastern Europe.

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