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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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New Left at challenging times

By Bartosz Rydlinski / 20 December, 2019

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

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Electoral contagion: the UK coughs and Ireland sneezes

By David Kitching / 20 December, 2019

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.

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Britain’s warning to social democracy across Europe

By Patrick Diamond / 20 December, 2019

Brexit and Corbyn are not the more fundamental reasons for British Labour Party defeat

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Towards a restart of Romanian social democracy

By Victor Negrescu / 10 December, 2019

Isolated, unable to convince its traditional voters, PSD Romania must start rebuilding by learning from its mistakes and listening to its members.

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The 2019 Romanian presidential elections: a defeat for social democrats and for social justice

By Ramona Coman / 7 December, 2019

Beyond the worst electoral outcome for the party since 1989, Romanian social democrats are defeated in a country which is in a great need of social justice.

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The deceptive opposition between nationalists and progressives

By Didier Fassin / 12 November, 2019

But is his authoritarian neoliberalism so far removed from the positions of those he claims to fight?

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“A decade before the Berlin Wall came down, the corrosion of the social welfare state started with the neoliberal turn”

By Wolfgang Engler / 8 November, 2019

The experience of being East German”), recounts a particular sense of homelessness in the new, western world.

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