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By Kevin Cunningham
While Brexit was a non-issue in the Irish general election, considerable challenges emerge from it.
By Chloe Manahan
Sinn Féin captured the Zeitgeist and demonstrated that conservative instincts to dilute radical policies with moderate messaging no longer works.
By David Kitching
The results of the Irish Election invite comparisons to a political earthquake, but a brief look at recent history tells a more multi-layered story.
By Edoardo Caroli
Born in Italy, the Sardines could encourage people to stand against populism everywhere in Europe and the world.
By Mauro Calise
Weighing in the consequences of a defeat, one can better appreciate the fact that the Italian politics are just back to a "business as usual" mode, the so-called stable instability
By Lucia Annunziata
Following last local Italian elections, it’s early to suggest that because of the Emilia-Romagna setback, all is lost to Salvini.
By Maria João Rodrigues
The first year of political decisions within the EU will be crucial to set the right direction and right level of ambition
By Beatriz Corredor
Due to the deliberate inaction of the conservatives and to the complex parliamentary arithmetic for the PSOE, the country’s great challenges have not been addressed for years.
By Bartosz Rydlinski
The consolidation of New Left along with the designation of a progressive candidate in the race to the Presidential election are among the main chanllenges

Defending borders does not require closed doors but corridors

The reopening of legal entry corridors for work in Europe and greater freedom of movement for foreign workers would help EU economies and provide an alternative to the illegal people-trafficking markets
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Why Ireland’s low tax policy has survived for so long

Since the late 1950s, Irish governments support foreign investment, and the utilisation of tax and other means in the pursuit of this policy

Taxation in the sky : towards a progressive aviation tax in line with climate justice

While the Council of the UE is considering both a revision of the 2003 Energy Taxation Directive and a project of aviation tax, there is space for a renewed and fair fiscal regime.

EU minimum wage – why now?

Impossible just a few years ago, the search for an adequate EU role on incomes is linked to the effort to correct the economic governance mechanism and make the EPSR real

Ireland – a swing to the Left and a Labour Party left behind

Sinn Féin captured the Zeitgeist and demonstrated that conservative instincts to dilute radical policies with moderate messaging no longer works.

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The Progressive Post #12

The Progressive Post is a progressive and European magazine in the form of a daily updated online version as well as a paper edition three times a year. It features articles and original interviews, with contributions from campaigners, academics and practitioners of politics.

In an era of profound upheaval, our ambition is to offer inspiring progressive reflections to a readership that joins us in hoping that a different and more just world is possible.

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