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Death of the Old, birth of the New

By László Andor / 17 October, 2019

Establishing a new European Commission is always a bumpy ride.

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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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Social Democracy: daring to be more radical

By Fabien Escalona / 11 March, 2019

Social Democracy had no coherent response to the Great Depression and the rise of fascism in the 1930s.

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Wanted: a programme for the Left

By Eva Illouz / 11 March, 2019

One important objective of the Left must be to address the systematic neglect and devaluation of working-class lives.

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Manufacturing Dissent? Fake-news, Micro-targeting and Democracy

By Maria João Rodrigues / 18 February, 2019

We need new rules and changes on different fronts,

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By Maria João Rodrigues / 3 December, 2018

This edition focuses on the digital revolution. The term revolution evokes images of peoples’ uprisings against the powers that be.

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Could regular migration reduce irregular migration?

By Maria João Rodrigues / 27 October, 2018

Migration continues to be a very divisive issue in the EU. An Editorial by Maria Joao Rodrigues, FEPS President.

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The elephant in the European room: the budget

By Nicolas Leron / 14 February, 2018

Much more than a question of the macroeconomic stabilisation of a sub-optimal monetary zone, the question of the European budget remains a constitutive element of the political community. The EU is suffering from a crisis in public power which requires a budgetary leap of faith: a budget that is able […]

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The EU-Africa partnership and migration should top our progressive political agenda

By Antony Beumer / 13 February, 2018

Overcoming the challenges of migratory flows and an effective EU refugee policy are pre-conditions for the survival of the European Union.

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To enter the labour market, a challenge for millennials

By Massimiliano Mascherini / 13 February, 2018

Entering the labour market continues to be a challenge for many young people throughout Europe and the process of finding a first job can be lengthy and often does not meet millennials’ expectations.

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