Should we be thinking about why protests in Serbia have emerged, or should we focus more on what will happen after the protests?
In some areas, Poland made a huge step forward, but in some areas it did not, sometimes it even made a step back.
Erdoğan wants to make the current state of emergency permanent and create a regime of constitutional dictatorship.
Are Poland’s Law and Justice Party’s policies egalitarian and progressive, or are they a bandaid in place of implementing truly just social policies, and a challenge for the left?
Does a polling station opening in Warsaw for Serbian citizens signal a change in the Serbian political landscape?
Can the left transform political power instead of circumventing it?
Lorenzo Marsili describes DiEM’s pan-European vision for the future of European politics and economics.