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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
By Jourdain Vaillant
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.
By David Kitching
For Ireland, there is no such thing as a good Brexit. However, if they must now accept Brexit as inevitable, there are a few fundamental protections that cannot be undone.
By Cristina Narbona
The result of the COP 25 should not be judged in a binary way: success or failure. On the contrary, the complexity of our world has been revealed.
By Jo Leinen
The disaster of COP15 in Copenhagen repeated itself ten years . Egoistic national interests are still blocking the necessary consensus.
By Javi López
In leading the climate action, the EU is also playing a role in defending its multilateral vision of international relations.
By Stephany Griffith-Jones
Important progress was nevertheless made at COP25 on how to most effectively use institutions like public development banks to fund the transition to a zero carbon economy by 2050
By Maria Freitas
In a podcast interview, Dan Luca, Senior Director of EURACTIV Media, iscoming back to the complex political situation in Romania.
By Victor Negrescu
Isolated, unable to convince its traditional voters, PSD Romania must start rebuilding by learning from its mistakes and listening to its members.

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.

European solidarity – added value for the Polish judiciary independence

Without preparing its own political response, the Polish Left will not only fail to save the judiciary from the supremacy of the executive but will also fail to fulfil its role of representing disadvantaged groups in society

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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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