01.04.2020
Holding the Line: The Austrian Greens in Government against the Far Right

With the far right on the rise across Europe, could the Austrian coalition serve as an example elsewhere?

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26.03.2020
Fossil Fascism and the Lessons for the Greens

There’s a direct connection between the Green surge and the electoral victories of far-right populist forces. Greens must use this opportunity to fight for climate justice.

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11.03.2020
The Melodrama of Climate Change Denial

Melodrama is the genre of choice of the far right, through which it pays special attention to fights with environmentalists, feminists, and minorities.

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11.03.2020
A Polarised Finland

Where do the Finnish Greens stand after entering a progressive coalition government in 2019? Part of our four-part “Green Wave” series.

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17.12.2019
Gender Ideology and the Crisis of Care in Poland

In Poland the incumbent right-wing Law and Justice party, backed by the Catholic Church, demonised LGBT organisations in its recent successful electoral campaign. Adam Ostolski spoke to feminist activist and scholar Agnieszka Graff about why gender politics have become central to Polish politics, taking a step back to analyse how the Right’s scapegoating of gender is a response to the same set of social issues that the Left attributes to neoliberalism.

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08.12.2019
Massive, Loud and Uncompromising: Greta Thunberg in the Czech Republic

Greta has forced the change up the Czech political agenda. But how the debate will change the country’s path is still uncertain.

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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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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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27.09.2019
Nationalising the Climate: Is the European Far Right Turning Green?

Research debunks the myth that far-right parties across Europe share a stance of climate denialism. But what might rising ‘climate nationalism’ mean?

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27.09.2019
The Hungarian Opposition’s Cautious Battle for Budapest

With a tough race ahead, the Hungarian opposition has reason to be cautiously optimistic that it can take back Budapest from Viktor Orbán’s party.

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