Britain’s relationship with Europe resembles a broken marriage – but that doesn’t mean these partners should file for divorce.
On Saturday, 7 May a demonstration organized by the Committee for the Defence of Democracy and the parliamentary and extra-parliamentary opposition took place in Warsaw to protest the policies of the ruling Law and Justice party.
As part of a lecture series organized in Rijeka by The Political Academy New Society and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Heiner …
What is needed is a third narrative between “no borders” on the one hand, and an irrational fear of refugees on the other, writes Alena Krempaská.
David Condliffe speaks about collaboration with the Labour Party, the positive changes Corbyn has brought in, the biggest labour issues in Britain now, and a social Europe, which Unite is fighting for.
The debate “What are the merits of economic contraction, is degrowth the way forward? The pros and cons of economic growth” …
The European Union faces the ongoing problem of lacking an “official vision”. Could human rights be the solution?