Open societies are in crisis, and various forms of closed societies – from fascist dictatorships to mafia states – are on the rise.
Frederick Heussner sketches out a different take on the Progressive International.
Christian Felber talks about restructuring the economy according to the rules of common good.
As capital moves fluidly around the globe, it leaves behind a trail of zombie identities seeking to recover their former status and meaning.
The right to culture in the city space is not about having easy access to cultural production. It is the right to create culture.
The crisis of the Left has become critical all over Europe. If the Left wants to avoid becoming insignificant in the coming decades it has to be thoroughly overhauled.
Why is the Visegrad Group unable to speak in a united voice in Europe?