28.12.2020
Buen Vivir: A Concept on the Rise in Europe?

Rooted in indigenous traditions, the concept of buen vivir has gained prominence in Latin America. We explore its rising trajectory and influence in Europe.

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04.12.2020
Culture, Creativity and Coronavirus: Time for EU Action

Cultural professionals are vital to Europe’s recovery. It is time member states and EU action reflect this by addressing working conditions in the sector.

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30.11.2020
Borders, Bodies and See-All Technologies: Pushing the Limits of Bio-Surveillance

In recent years, surveillance technologies have increasingly been deployed to monitor, control, and curtail the movement of people. The pandemic is accelerating this trend.

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30.11.2020
Europe’s New Reality: Covid Economics, Debt and the Future of Trade

The Bruegel director speaks about Europe’s economic prospects, the recovery fund, and Europe’s ecological and digital transformation.

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27.11.2020
Rethinking the UK-EU Relationship in Post-Brexit Britain

As the Brexit transition period draws to an end, the Green Party of England and Wales must adopt a clear position on the future UK-EU relationship.

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13.11.2020
Eastern Mediterranean Manoeuvres: Alternatives to Greece and Turkey’s Tensions

Peace, diplomacy and keeping fossil fuel in the ground can still prevail in the Eastern Mediterranean.

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29.10.2020
Sovereignty on a Changing Planet: Re-Reading Climate Leviathan

Does the authors’ vision of a coming planetary sovereignty – or of the alternatives – still hold?

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11.09.2020
Politics for Change: Black Lives Matter in Europe

We spoke to the Swedish MEP about democracy, representation and what the wave of protests mean for Europe.

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06.07.2020
The End of Neoliberal Ideology

Neoliberalism is failing to meet the crises of our time. What in its worldview, social and ecological consequences call for putting it to rest?

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19.06.2020
Only Transnational Politics Can Break Europe’s Deadlock

Germany has shifted its position to unlock the route to an EU recovery fund. But Europe still needs a political alternative to inter-governmental deadlock.

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