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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04.10.2019
Defeating Orbán’s Hybrid Regime

The Hungarian opposition has finally managed to stand united against the governing party at the October municipal election. Two analysts consider risks and opportunities for challenging Viktor Orbán’s ‘hybrid regime’ and democratising the country.

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03.10.2019
Poland Discovers Ecology

With Polish elections coming up this October, all political forces are committing to protect the climate and environment, at least on paper. What does the new prominence of ecology mean for the country’s future?

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02.07.2019
Belgium and its Green Parties at the Crossroads

A month on from the national, regional and EU elections in Belgium and the dust is still settling. How did the Greens fare and what possibilities lie ahead?

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30.11.2018
Polish Local Elections: Time for Realignment

The Polish local and regional elections of autumn 2018 are the first in a series that will shape the political scene of the country for years to come.

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26.11.2018
Laying the Foundations for Progressive Change – the Polish Greens After Local Elections

The Polish Green co-chair reflects on the local elections ahead of 2019, a year of many elections in Poland.

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14.09.2018
Putting Warsaw On Track – State of Play Before the Polish Elections

Warsaw mayoral candidate Jan Śpiewak discusses the ways Poland’s capital needs to change.

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03.07.2018
Struggle and Hope of Europe’s Progressive Parties

Analysis of the difficulties and way forward for progressive parties across Europe.

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08.05.2018
Green Sweep: Lessons from the Dutch Local Elections

The Dutch Greens had unprecedented success in the March local elections. How did they manage it?

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02.05.2018
Tough Way Forward for Polarised Hungary

Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz were delivered to victory by an unfair system, media manipulation, and attacking their enemies. Opposition failure made it too easy for them.

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