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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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Election in Austria: an uphill battle for Social Democrats

By Maria Maltschnig / 27 September, 2019

The snap elections which are held as a consequence prove to be difficult for the SPÖ

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Austria goes Ibiza: policies for sale as a system

By Patricia Huber / 27 September, 2019

What FPÖ leader Heinz-Christian Strache planned on Ibiza was not an isolated case however – it epitomises many parts of the government Kurz-Strache.

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Young people are interested in more than “youth”

By Maj Jensen Christensen / 18 September, 2019

During the campaign for the European elections, in several Member States there was no focus on young people.

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Out of the Doldrums

By László Andor / 16 September, 2019

The 2019 European Parliament (EP) elections saw Social Democracy falling to a historic low.

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“The question about Europe is: will this ship be repaired in the middle of the storm?”

By Geert Mak / 13 September, 2019

Geert Mak: I was very happy that so many people went out and voted again!

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Strengthening social policies to counter nationalists

By Laurent Berger / 12 September, 2019

Interview with Laurent Berger, the new president of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) by Alain Bloëdt, Editor-in-Chief of the Progressive Post, on the burning issues of our time.

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The Iberian driver for European Social Democracy

By Javi López / 5 September, 2019

The Iberian Peninsula is sending out a message of hope to the rest of the European continent.

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“The technocratic approach is not credible anymore” – real debate is needed

By Luuk van Middelaar / 4 September, 2019

In his recent book Luuk van Middelaar analyses how a decade of crises have shaped a new way of doing politics on the European stage.

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House of Cards – European version

By Elena Gil / 2 September, 2019

The skilled couple Merkel and Macron offered the good people, who were excluded from the negotiations, a token of satisfaction by naming for the first time two experienced women, Ursula von der Leyen and Christine Lagarde.

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