What happened after the referendum in Macedonia?

We travelled to Macedonia where we spoke with Irena Cvetkovic from the organisation Coalition Margins. In our conversation, we were primarily interested in what the referendum means for everyday life in Macedonia and its people, leaving the politicians aside for now.


Opinion, Poland

Why the Polish Left is losing

For young Poles, being a pro-market conservative – and annoying at parties – is cool and trendy. Being leftist is passé.Stanislas Richard


European Union

Daphne Caruana Galizia’s Murder One Year Later: Is Justice For Saints Only?

The sunny afternoon of October 16, 2017 deeply shocked the Maltese and the international public. The news of a powerful bomb explosion … Raisa Galea


Humanitarian smugglers, fraternité, and european citizenship

The summer festival season is underway across Europe. Over the course of a few days, people come together to share …


European Union, Reporting

The Athens container archipelago

*This is the final part of a series, available to read here. Eliniko has become a symbol of the many …

Meet the Trump supporters from the Deep South: How I didn’t shoot Kim Jong-un

Our reporter, Dawid Krawczyk, flew to the southern American state of Georgia to better understand the people who pushed Trump to the presidency. Who are these people? How do they imagine their future? Is Trump’s America the country of their dreams? And most importantly, what caused pious southerners to vote for a bombastic Northerner?

Rethinking European Citizenship

Who is behind Black Lives Matter Denmark? How do they fight against racism and how did it all get started? Bwalya Sørensen and Talk Real at TRANSEUROPA festival 2017.

Network 4 Debate

What are the common problems faced by Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, what is their wider context and are there solutions for the future?

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