Britain’s relationship with Europe resembles a broken marriage – but that doesn’t mean these partners should file for divorce.
“We are and will be in Europe” [Warsaw: 07.05]
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.
Flassbeck: The economic situation of Croatia in the European context [Rijeka, Croatia]
As part of a lecture series organized in Rijeka by The Political Academy New Society and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Heiner …
How to win Europeans for the refugee cause?
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.
We Want to Change Europe [Interview]
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.
Debate: The pros and cons of economic growth
The debate “What are the merits of economic contraction, is degrowth the way forward? The pros and cons of economic growth” …
Can the EU survive without a vision?
The European Union faces the ongoing problem of lacking an “official vision”. Could human rights be the solution?