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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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10.04.2019
Solidarity Economy & the Commons in Central & Eastern Europe

Takeaways from the international solidarity economy wave are relevant for Central and Eastern Europe, but they must take into account local context.

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13.11.2018
Solidarity Beyond the Headlines – Social Economies in Central and Eastern Europe

An interview with social movements researcher Agnes Gagyi on the solidarity economy in Romania and Hungary.

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17.10.2018
For an Ecological Transition Income

Could a proposal to get people actively involved in the green transition trump the basic income?

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25.06.2018
Europe’s problem is not (just) Germany

Germany should not be criticised for pushing other EU countries to stick to agreed rules and reforms. However, it should also be prepared to do so as well.

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01.07.2016
Europeanisation from Below: Democracy as a Driver of Integration

Can democracy be the project that leads to further European integration?

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01.07.2016
We Owe the European Dream to Citizens

The European Union is far from perfect – from a Green perspective – yet at times when it is threatened, we must rally to its defence as an idea and as a project.

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04.09.2015
Reconsidering EU-Russia energy relations: a basis for a new balance

The aftermath of the Ukrainian crisis, the Russian military intervention and the undeclared war in eastern Ukraine.

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01.09.2015
Once Upon A Time… Notre Dame des Landes

The proposed airport project at Notre-Dame-des-Landes has become a landmark in the fight against useless mega projects. The so called “zadists”, who are fighting to defend the territory, became a symbol of those in search of another, fairer and humane world. Utopians with their feet on the ground.

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