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Last call for the Dutch Left?

By Klara Boonstra / 23 March, 2021

Last week’s elections in the Netherlands show a disastrous result for the three traditional left-wing parties. But defining themselves by emphasising their differences, steadily diminishes their common impact. There is a debate on uniting these three parties into one. A major intervention is certainly required, but a merger should not […]

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Radically transforming the EU economy – and how to finance it

By Ann Pettifor / 4 September, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed a simple truth: today’s model of globalised, financialised capitalism, teetering on a shaky foundation of vast debts and costly credit, cannot deliver human well-being. In order to reverse the course, a safe ecological load has to be fixed – a ‘Plimsoll line’, like the white […]

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Luca Jahier : “Younger generations need to dare to change the world”.

By Alexander Damiano Ricci / 23 October, 2018

An interview by Alexander Damiano Ricci, EuVisions was held at the EESC at the beginning of June and was published in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera – L’Economia.

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Turkey drifting away from Europe

Turkey drifting away from Europe

By Kati Piri / 5 July, 2018

The introduction of a undemocratic executive presidential system has been removed, suspension of Europe accession talks has become unavoidable.

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PESCO: A misunderstood tool for EU integration?

By Nicoletta Pirozzi / 13 February, 2018

Permanent structured cooperation (PESCO) is a ready-made instrument for further integration in the field of defence

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