11.01.2020
Germany’s Central European Strategy Bites Back

Zsuzsanna Végh examines the interplay of economic and political ties underpinning Germany’s relationship with the Visegrad countries.

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10.12.2019
British Foreign Policy After Brexit

Christopher Hill’s latest book, The Future of British Foreign Policy, is an attempt to ground UK foreign policy post-Brexit in reality.

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08.11.2019
MeTooEP: Rooting Out Sexual Harassment in the European Parliament

The MeTooEP movement shone a light on sexual harassment in European Parliament. Despite important progress, much remains to be done.

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30.10.2019
The Neoliberal Fuel to the Anti-Gender Movement

If progressives want to fight the movement against so-called ‘gender ideology’, they need to break with neoliberalism.

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10.10.2019
Rule of Law in Limbo

Under the incoming von der Leyen Commission, political will shall determine whether the core EU value of rule of law is protected.

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09.10.2019
The Future of the EU: Soldiers, Barbed Wire and Surveillance

Prospects of EU reform are slim and austerity and Fortress Europe are set to continue. What does this mean for progressive strategies around Europe?

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26.09.2019
From Italy to the EU: Alternatives to a Failing Status Quo

A conversation on how to rework the political economy to end inequality and challenge the “business as usual” attitude of the EU and Italy’s ruling classes.

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12.09.2019
The Cobra Effect: “Fighting” Migration Gets Europe Nowhere

Oxford anthropologist Ruben Andersson discusses how EU migration policies have proved counterproductive, calling instead for a systemic approach.

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28.08.2019
How Do EU Free Trade Agreements Protect Workers?

Jean-Claude Juncker’s outgoing EU Commission emphasised a fair approach to trade – how far do the steps it has taken go towards protecting workers?

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16.07.2019
“Democracy is like a Sand Castle”

UCL assistant professor Brian Klaas discusses the West’s role in global democratic decline and what should be done to reverse this trend.

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