Search
Generic filters
Filter by Type
Posts
Inspiration
publications
  • cover book

    In this nightmare vision of cats in revolt, fifteen-year-old Alex and his friends set out on a diabolical orgy of robbery, rape, torture and murder. Alex is jailed for his teenage delinquency and the State tries to reform him - but at what cost?

    Do you hear the people sing? Progressive Post

Do you hear the people sing?

An overview of protest movements of the past decades – and what they managed to achieve with Isabel Ortiz, Sara Burke, Mohamed Berrada and Hernán Saenz Cortés' World Protests. A Study of Key Protest Issues in the 21st Century, reviewed by Ania Skrzypek,
Read more
  • cover book

    In this nightmare vision of cats in revolt, fifteen-year-old Alex and his friends set out on a diabolical orgy of robbery, rape, torture and murder. Alex is jailed for his teenage delinquency and the State tries to reform him - but at what cost?

    A left-winger who truly loves people Progressive Post

A left-winger who truly loves people

Gérard Fuchs begins his book with a pessimistic observation: in France, just as in many other countries all over the world, the living conditions of each subsequent generation deteriorate. Where, therefore, should we seek the hope to which the author refers in the second part of his book's title? Who can bring this hope about, and how?
Read more
  • cover book

    In this nightmare vision of cats in revolt, fifteen-year-old Alex and his friends set out on a diabolical orgy of robbery, rape, torture and murder. Alex is jailed for his teenage delinquency and the State tries to reform him - but at what cost?

    Social Europe – back from death? Progressive Post

Social Europe – back from death?

In their book Social Policy and the Eurocrisis: Quo Vadis Social Europe, Amandine Crespy and Georg Menz proclaimed in 2015 that "Social Europe is dead". Seven years later, Crespy's book The European Social Question – Tackling Key Controversies dives deep into the past, present, and future of the EU's social dimension – and finds some signs of life.
Read more
  • cover book

    In this nightmare vision of cats in revolt, fifteen-year-old Alex and his friends set out on a diabolical orgy of robbery, rape, torture and murder. Alex is jailed for his teenage delinquency and the State tries to reform him - but at what cost?

    Armchair economics defeated: how China escaped shock therapy Progressive Post

Armchair economics defeated: how China escaped shock therapy

How did post-socialist China become the world’s industrial powerhouse while post-socialist Russia deindustrialised? Isabella Weber’s award-winning book, How China Escaped Shock Therapy: The Market Reform Debate (Routledge, 2021), explores the economic policy debates behind China’s successful post-socialist transformation. The Russian contrast To contextualise China’s economic success, Weber starts by contrasting China with Russia and eastern […]
Read more
  • cover book

    In this nightmare vision of cats in revolt, fifteen-year-old Alex and his friends set out on a diabolical orgy of robbery, rape, torture and murder. Alex is jailed for his teenage delinquency and the State tries to reform him - but at what cost?

    Why reality should matter for the Left Progressive Post

Why reality should matter for the Left

British analytical philosopher Kathleen Stock published her book Material Girls – Why Reality Matters for Feminism in May 2021 and it stirred up quite a controversy. At the University of Sussex where she worked, she was exposed to such a level of harassment and bullying, that it led her to resign from her professorship in […]
Read more
  • cover book

    In this nightmare vision of cats in revolt, fifteen-year-old Alex and his friends set out on a diabolical orgy of robbery, rape, torture and murder. Alex is jailed for his teenage delinquency and the State tries to reform him - but at what cost?

    The left, ready to be resuscitated? Progressive Post

The left, ready to be resuscitated?

Yet another disappointing election result for a Social Democratic party, followed by a plethora of analyses of the ‘crisis of the left’. This had become almost a ritual in 21st-century European politics. But the unexpected win of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in the German federal elections on 26 September 2021 ended this pattern, as […]
Read more
Load more