The European Venue for Green Ideas
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?

EN
Read more
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.

EN
Read more
04.04.2018
Election in Hungary: An Attempt to Dismantle Orbán’s System

With Hungarians taking to the polls on April 8, can progressives loosen the illiberal grip of Viktor Orbán’s government?

EN
Read more
29.03.2018
Italian elections and the not-so-new populist upstarts

An interview with the co-chair of the European Green Party on the Italian election and the way forward for political ecology.

EN
Read more
27.02.2018
Italy’s elections: what do they mean for Europe?

Distinguishing between drama and reality is key to understanding an Italian election that lacks substance on all sides when it comes to Europe.

EN
Read more
11.01.2018
‘What we have achieved has to become the benchmark’ – Interview with Reinhard Bütikofer

Why the Jamaica coalitions talks with Merkel failed and where things will go from here.

Read more
09.01.2018
‘Now we have to see where viable bridges can be built’ – Interview with Reinhard Bütikofer

Last November, we spoke with German MEP Reinhard Bütikofer on the Jamaica coalition talks.

Read more
18.12.2017
Beyond Majority Rule: Electoral Systems for Inclusive Politics

Rethinking how we ask voters what they want could ensure representative government for all and help us create a collaborative political culture.

EN
Read more
16.10.2017
Turning Point for the Czech Republic? An interview with the Czech Greens Leader

In the run up to the elections in the Czech Republic on the 20th and 21st of October, we spoke to the chair of the Czech Greens.

EN
Read more
09.10.2017
Beyond Opposition – How to Break Conservative Rule in Poland

Despite mass protests, Poland’s ruling party retains its popularity and grip on power. How can its dominance be countered?

EN
Read more

Cookies on our website allow us to deliver better content to you by enhancing our understanding of what pages you visit. If you consent to our use of cookies, your data will be first anonymised and then shared with our analytics provider.

Find out more about our use of cookies in our privacy policy.