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20.05.2019
Policies and Vision Matter, Not Style

As a way of doing politics, populism is here to stay. Its opponents must offer real alternatives and keep political debate grounded upon the choices at hand.

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17.05.2019
The End of Sovereignty as We Knew It

With Europe in a moment of profound change, politics as normal will no longer suffice. Political forces must adapt to offer a vision for Europe that moves with its citizens.

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13.03.2019
From Global Tax Dodging to Worldwide Wellbeing

This imagined news article describes a Europe where revenues recuperated from tax evasion and avoidance are invested back into wellbeing for the benefit of society and the environment.

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13.03.2019
The European Republic on the World Stage

Under the leadership of foreign policy chief Sofia Belver-Tamarashvili, the European Republic becomes a global force for social and environmental justice.

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13.03.2019
Transnational Democracy? A Piece of Cake

The story of how people won back individual democratic rights from illiberal governments and designed institutions that would protect them for good.

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13.03.2019
Europe: the Next Act

An interview with the Dutch historian on 10 years of crises and where Europe is headed now politics is back.

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13.03.2019
Destination Europe

The Green European Journal’s editor-in-chief introduces the edition, journeying through a future Europe that aspires to make life better, brighter and more humane in 2049.

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27.02.2019
Utopia and Democracy in the European Republic

An interview on transnational democracy, identity, and why European politics can no longer pursue business as usual.

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11.12.2018
From Corsica to Scotland: Autonomy in Europe As The Progressive Alternative

In overlooked parts of Europe, nationalism or regionalism is the basis for a progressive politics looking beyond the status quo.

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04.09.2018
“Call It Tough Love.” Holding Europe to Its Own Ideal

According to Oxford academic Kalypso Nicolaïdis, the EU is much more resilient than it gets credit for. We sat down to discuss the state of the Union today and the key challenges to safeguard the future of Europe in a time when the world needs it most.

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