26.04.2022
How Green Independents Broke Through in North Macedonia

The green wave is rising in North Macedonia with a record number of organisers entering local government.

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30.03.2022
Rescuing Hungary’s Institutions from Autocratic Legalism

An opposition victory in Hungary would only be the beginning of a long road to restoring democracy.

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08.03.2022
A United Opposition Ready to “Bring Back Politics” to Hungary

An interview about social issues under Orbán and the upcoming election.

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22.02.2022
The Unfinished Business of Building Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia is at risk of coming undone as a result of the reckless politics of its leaders and flawed Western reform efforts.

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08.02.2022
Portugal’s Socialist Landslide Hides Deeper Political Shifts

Now that Portuguese citizens have voted it’s time to take a look at where the players have landed and towards what might lie ahead.

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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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17.11.2021
The Case for Tearing it Down

Is it sometimes better to demolish an institution rather than trying to reform it?

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20.10.2021
The End of the Babiš Era? The Czech Republic Between Past and Future

Adéla Jurečková examines the results of the parliamentary elections and the ongoing political crisis in the Czech Republic.

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06.10.2021
What Youth-Led Movements Teach Us About Democracy

Jasmine Lorenzini explains how young people are getting involved in politics and challenging the norms of participation today.

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