07.03.2022
Can GroenLinks Bounce Back at Dutch Local Elections?

The 2021 national election introduced more progressive forces to Dutch politics. Will GroenLinks handle the stiff competition?

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21.02.2022
Breaking Out of the Box: The Challenge for Irish Greens in Government

How can the Irish Greens maintain connections with grassroots activists outside of party politics whilst in government?

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25.01.2022
Portuguese Elections: What Next After Years of Left-Wing Government?

Portugal heads to the polls in a week. For years an outpost for successful progressive government in the European Union, Portugal’s Socialist-led government lost its majority in late 2021. What can we expect from the snap elections? What role will Portugal’s green political forces play in shaping the country’s future?

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11.01.2022
Peer Pressure: The Forces Steering Portugal Down a Greener Path

Inês de Sousa Real explains how unemployment, corruption, and short-sighted policies are holding Portugal back from a greener future.

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10.11.2021
Politics from a Global Perspective: Finnish Greens in Power

MEP Alviina Alametsä explains what the results of June 2021 local elections mean for Finnish politics and the country’s place in Europe.

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15.09.2021
A Paradoxical Relationship with Power

An interview with political scientist Vanessa Jérome analysing what motivates activists to mobilise and campaign for the French Greens.

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20.08.2021
“The Electoral Cycle is Too Short for Real Political Change”

We asked Mohssin El Ghabri how ECOLO is navigating the current Belgian context and the party’s political ambitions.

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09.07.2021
“The Most Challenging Term Since 1989”: Uphill Struggle for the Polish Greens

Green MP Urszula Zielinska discusses issues shaping political debate in Poland and the prospect of the 2023 elections.

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30.06.2021
Greens in France Must Build a Narrative For the Past, Present, and Future

Green MEP David Cormand explains how the Greens can challenge the neoliberal and far-right duopoly in the French presidential elections of 2022.

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18.06.2021
Green in the Elysée? Pulling off a Long Shot

French politics are honing in on the 2022 presidential election – and there is a way for Greens to stay in the race.

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