The choice of Mateusz Morawiecki to lead Poland’s Law and Justice (PiS) government is widely believed to reflect the PiS’s desire to endear itself to investors and the European Union. In fact, Morawiecki, like his predecessor, was chosen for a very different reason: to facilitate PiS leader Jarosław Kaczyński’s consolidation of power.
Nation-states alone will not solve the problems of our times
For years now much of the media landscape in Europe has been obsessed with the idea of the disintegration of …
TRANSEUROPA 2017 arrives in Madrid
October 25th – October 29th TRANSEUROPA arrives in Madrid with a myriad of alternatives for a Europe in crisis. …
On eclipsed ends: ideals and ambitions in the search for Europa
Towards a United States of Europe?
The Balkans can no longer be considered non-European
The detachment between the Balkans and European Union may be detrimental to the development of Europe in its entirety.
France’s Wild Card Elections
Whatever the outcome of the vote it is clear that the French parliamentary system is destined to change.
The European Left at a crossroads
The crisis of the Left has become critical all over Europe. If the Left wants to avoid becoming insignificant in the coming decades it has to be thoroughly overhauled.