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The revenge of the ‘places that don’t matter’

By Andrés Rodríguez Pose / 4 September, 2020

Populism is on the rise all over the developed world. In many parts of Europe, populist parties have seen their share of votes multiply in recent years. The analysis of these movements often concentrates on the motivations of individual voters. But one crucial factor has largely remained under the radar: […]

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European elections 2019: can the SPD recover ?

By Jana Faus / 28 October, 2018

Who are the progressive voters in Germany ?

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Ignoring no more: Germany must face the challenge

By Sönke Schmidt / 28 October, 2018

The migration challenge became an issue over which politicians could fall but not prosper.

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Karlsruhe’s festival: ‘Upheaval – Awakening. Equal rights for all’

By Susanne Asche / 11 July, 2018

Suzanne Asche presents us with the most important structures and events to defend democracy in Karlsruhe especially with the Karlsruhe’s festival.

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Germany and the euro – what’s next?

By Gustav Horn / 12 February, 2018

The apparent popularity of such political trends has led to a shift in the economic policy discourse that puts globalisation in its present form.

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How will Germany’s new law combat fake news and hate crime?

By Heiko Maas / 18 December, 2017

How will Germany’s new law combat fake news and hate crime?

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No favourable winds for Brussels

By Uwe Optenhögel / 8 December, 2017

Brussels would have preferred a continuation of the grand coalition after the German elections.

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German Elections: Why did the Progressives fare badly and why did the AfD do so well?

By Christian Odendahl / 7 November, 2017

Why the AfD has been so successful ?

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The SPD after the federal election in 2017

By Fedor Ruhose / 30 October, 2017

The very existence of the SPD is threatened.

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A resounding slap in the face for the European Commission

By Martin Höpner / 27 July, 2017

The European Court of Justice Vs Plaintiff about foreigners workers rights

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