If one thing is clear, it is that Central Europeans will not come out onto the streets solely for an abstract idea of “more democracy in Europe”.
At the moment, because you have majority voting, sometimes the majority doesn’t give a damn about what the minority thinks – Marcin Gerwin in conversation with Peter Emerson.
The British exit is not about decreasing the economic burden of austerity suffered by European citizens. Quite the contrary.
Despite the intensification of the crisis, Greece’s SYRIZA government is still in place, with an untarnished majority. Interview with political scientist Giorgos Katsambekis about the radical left’s year in power.
Governmental policy is creating poverty and fighting the poor at the same time.
Jaroslav Fiala speaks to philosopher Srećko Horvat about the new pan-European movement DiEM 25.
The question of the day is whether his plan, his supporters and his story will turn into a movement.