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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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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21.05.2019
Still Time for Another Europe?

Although progressive social movements engage less and less with the EU following its direction of the economic and refugee crises, the struggle for ‘another Europe’ is not lost.

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20.05.2019
Holding Up the Mirror to Fortress Europe

The rise of borders and securitisation is putting core European values at stake. Caterina Guidi examines how the question of migration is riving Europe to its core.

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18.05.2019
Looking Back and West: Lessons for Europe’s Future

Looking to historical and US-based examples offers a springboard to discuss European integration at a time of rising nationalism and populism.

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09.05.2019
A Matter of Human Rights: Malta’s Experience of Migration

The founder of Maltese NGO aditus foundation discusses challenges to protect the human rights of arriving migrants and the erosion of rule of law.

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08.05.2019
Poland’s Futures: A View from the Countryside

Poland’s cities are emptying as those who can move out for the peace and quiet of a country life. What does a strained relationship between city and country spell for Poland’s future?

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13.03.2019
Fast Forward: An die Nachgeborenen (2049)

The Croatian author and philosopher recalls German poet and playwright Bertold Brecht to remind humanity of the untold horrors that inaction leads to.

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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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10.01.2019
How Orbán Manipulates Markets to Suppress Hungary’s Opposition

In Viktor Orbán’s self-styled illiberal democracy, power is maintained through patronage and cronyism built around public jobs and EU money.

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