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Friedrich Engels, the underestimated

By Alexander Behrens / 26 November, 2020

Imagine there was an Oscar this year for the best supporting role in the history of ideas. And the winner would be this boy from Barmen: Friedrich Engels, the eternal second. The younger of the two “spiritual twins”. That humble gentleman who said of himself that he was only playing […]

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It is time for the courage to show solidarity!

By Gesine Schwan / 4 May, 2020

German SPD do not have a reputation for being particularly solidary or fair towards our neighbours. Now, they have a new chance to prove that reputation wrong.

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The corona-crisis: a momentum for progressive policies?

By Conny Reuter / 30 March, 2020

Will this crisis offer a momentum for the – non-nostalgic – revival of what is the essence of Social Democratic, Socialist and progressive policies?

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COVID-19 and the Old Consensus

By Paolo Pasimeni / 24 March, 2020

The most terrible health emergency since WWII will leave deep scars, on people, on the economy, but most of all on the intellectual myths on which the EU has been built.

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Not much hope for progressives and the EU in Slovakia after elections

By Radovan Geist / 5 March, 2020

Slovakia was ripe for a political change after Fico, but the new government will continue with trends that were already dragging Slovakia off the European trajectory.

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

By Chloe Manahan / 13 February, 2020

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

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Funeral rites for Italian populism are still premature

By Lucia Annunziata / 6 February, 2020

Following last local Italian elections, it’s early to suggest that because of the Emilia-Romagna setback, all is lost to Salvini.

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Europe and Social Democracy: two linked projects

By Adriana Lastra / 23 January, 2020

At a time of fragility for EU, the PSOE victories in the last 5 elections reminds how it is important to highlight the importance of a Social Democratic project

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A new government in Spain committed to a more progressive Europe

By Iratxe Garcia-Perez / 22 January, 2020

The election of P.Sánchez is a good news for the EU as the new coalition government is progressive, pro-European and has given priority to the green transition, the economy, equality, social welfare and the 2030 Agenda.

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European solidarity – added value for the Polish judiciary independence

By Bartosz Rydlinski / 17 January, 2020

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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