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Horizons and demarcation lines: what are the relevant cleavages for the next political battles?.jpg

Horizons and demarcation lines

By Ania Skrzypek / 22 October, 2019

Today, the electorate is volatile, alliances are shifting, and the prophecies about the end of ideologies may have just fulfilled themselves.

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Visegradism = egocentrism as a political program

Visegradism = egocentrism as a political program

By Petr Pospíchal / 10 October, 2019

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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Austria: no easy coalition for Kurz

By Maria Maltschnig / 3 October, 2019

The previously strong far-right finally stumbled over its numerous scandals.

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Democracy could not be saved without addressing social inequality

By Jaroslav Bílek / 1 October, 2019

Therefore, to preserve democracy, we must make sure that we are defusing social inequality not fostering it.

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“Exploit and Dump”. That’s how Czech state treats foreign workers with short-term visas

By Luděk Jirka / 23 September, 2019

This leads to situations where foreign workers don’t even care to learn Czech or identify themselves with the Czech environment.

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Czech social democrats find themselves in a government trap.

Czech social democrats find themselves in a government trap

By Filip Outrata / 18 September, 2019

The disadvantageous government coalition with the pragmatic-populist ANO party (Renew Europe) led by Andrej Babiš is a threat.

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Social Impacts of Transition

By Mitchell A Orenstein / 30 July, 2019

In a number of countries, authoritarian nationalist governments have come to power, promising to right the perceived wrongs of the transition period.

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Hungarian democracy – from best in class to failing grade?

By Péter Niedermüller / 30 July, 2019

Viktor Orbán’s populist illiberal government creates and benefits massively from polarisation of the Hungarian society.

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Dare to hope, Progressive Europe!

By Ania Skrzypek / 27 May, 2019

The country was portrayed as immensely divided, with many tensions, regarding separatists as well as an anti-democratic movement.

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The way forward: a Popular Front

By Paul Mason / 23 May, 2019

The unity, as in the early 1930s, will have to be built from below.

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