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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28.09.2021
More Than Numbers: Building a Feminist Democracy

Karen Celis and Sarah Childs argue that if we are to make our democracies more equal and more representative, we need a multifaceted approach.

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03.08.2021
From the Green Wave to Eco-hegemony

On questions such as climate, Greens have won the battle of ideas, but the battle for power is still being fought. Is it time for a new strategy?

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26.05.2021
Thinking Ecological Democracy with Benoît Lechat

Jonathan Piron discusses Benoît Lechat’s contribution to ecological thinking about democracy.

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26.05.2021
Referendums in the UK: Caveat Emptor

The UK’s mixed experience with referendums reflects the variety of situations in which they are applied – with far-reaching consequences.

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26.05.2021
Malta: Referendums under a Postcolonial Shadow

The national debates that accompany referendums in Malta are strongly shaped by the country’s enduring bipartisan political landscape.

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