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By Ruxandra Ivan
Because there is no authentic left-wing party, and because of a certain air du temps blowing conservatism across Central and Eastern Europe, the whole political spectrum in Romania has moved to the right.
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By Jo Leinen
Climate Justice : the poor should not have to pay the bill while the rich have the money to continue a wasteful lifestyle.
By Maria João Rodrigues
The new European Commission can open up opportunities for progressive forces to regain influence in a European direction.
By Ania Skrzypek
In a podcast itw, Beatriz Corredor, from Pablo Iglesias Foundation offers further explanations regarding Spanish election’s outcomes and prospects for PSOE and Pedro Sanchez
By Anna Pacześniak
To win Polish presidential elections in May 2020, starting an ideological war on education is not beneficial. PiS faces a dilemma.
By Anka Grzywacz
How Poland is further drifting the ultraconservative way with its draft law on the criminalisation of sexuality education without support of the majority of the population
By László Andor
A discussion on a Social Union is needed to avoid a further widening of the gap between the economic and social sides of the integration
By Pau Mari Klose
Spanish socialists may have a broader margin for political manoeuvre than the parliamentary geometry would initially suggest.
By Richard Corbett
if the Conservatives secure a majority of seats in the Commons, then Brexit will happen next year. If they don't, then there will be a new referendum. But anything can happen.

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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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