Not so long ago, we were the ones knocking on Europe’s door. In refusing to help others today, we deny the idea of European solidarity.
Peripheralizing Europe is a meeting of activists/researchers/cultural workers connected to the European peripheries, taking place near Kauna in Lithuania. It aims at reconsidering the European crisis from the viewpoint of the Eastern and Southern peripheries of the continent.
Europe’s continued inaction over increased migration flows into Italy and Greece goes right to the core of its founding principles.
With a new-found reputation for radicalism, Ukrainian politics is in flux. The left, however, are nowhere to be seen.
Germans protest in 14 cities against Angela Merkel’s politics on Greece.
Central European EU countries who are refusing to accept migrants would benefit from reflecting on their own history of emigration.
In real terms it is impossible to have a good deal with the EU now. But maybe we should finally realize that it is the EU who needs a radical shock therapy, not the indebted countries – says Panagiotis SOTIRIS.