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Visegradism = egocentrism as a political program
By Petr Pospíchal
The Visegrad Prime Ministers Babiš, Mateusz Morawiecki, and Viktor Orbán made the leaders of the stronger European countries look for a compromise.
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By Maria João Rodrigues
The Portuguese Socialists (PS), led by Antonio Costa, have achieved an outstanding victory giving them 106 of the Parliament’s 230 seats.
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By Maria João Rodrigues
A clash of visions took place in the last General Assembly of the United Nations in New York. Not a clash between patriots and globalists, as Trump declared during his 35-minute speech in front of a tense and silent audience of world leaders. But a clash between nationalists and those who push for more international …

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By Jaroslav Bílek
Therefore, to preserve democracy, we must make sure that we are defusing social inequality not fostering it.
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By Maria Maltschnig
The snap elections which are held as a consequence prove to be difficult for the SPÖ
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By Patricia Huber
What FPÖ leader Heinz-Christian Strache planned on Ibiza was not an isolated case however – it epitomises many parts of the government Kurz-Strache.
“Exploit and Dump”. That’s how Czech state treats foreign workers with short-term visas .jpg
By Luděk Jirka
This leads to situations where foreign workers don’t even care to learn Czech or identify themselves with the Czech environment.
Czech social democrats find themselves in a government trap.
By Filip Outrata
The disadvantageous government coalition with the pragmatic-populist ANO party (Renew Europe) led by Andrej Babiš is a threat.
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By Javi López
The Iberian Peninsula is sending out a message of hope to the rest of the European continent.

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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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