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Sophisticated tools – weak principles

By Philippe Fargues / 25 September, 2020

With its ‘New Pact on Migration and Asylum’, the European Commission has taken on one of the most divisive and controversial issues within the bloc. And one that puts its own human rights record most prominently on the spot. The outcome are elaborate proposals, heavy on procedure but weak on […]

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COVID-19 and the uncertain future of the transatlantic bond

By Nathalie Tocci / 26 March, 2020

COVID-19 consequences may well accelerate the dynamics if not tip outright the balance from one international order to another one.

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COVID-19 and the Old Consensus

By Paolo Pasimeni / 24 March, 2020

The most terrible health emergency since WWII will leave deep scars, on people, on the economy, but most of all on the intellectual myths on which the EU has been built.

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Making the Case for ‘Progressive Reglobalisation’ (Part 2)

By Tony Payne / 16 March, 2020

We need to move away urgently from the dead-end of ‘progressive deglobalisation’ and its fatal embrace of nationalism.

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Making the Case for ‘Progressive Reglobalisation’ (Part 1)

By Tony Payne / 16 March, 2020

Globalisation is not going away, and this poses a serious challenge to progressives. Part of the problem is that the concept itself is still widely misunderstood.

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Is globalisation doomed?

By Pascal Lamy / 13 March, 2020

Reforming capitalism remains priority number one. It is urgent. Keeping dreaming of an alternative, and trying to devise it might help us getting there.

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The future as alter-globalisation

By Heikki Patomäki / 12 March, 2020

The belief in the efficiency of free-trade globalisation is based on abstract microeconomic reasoning disconnected from our real world.

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Digitalisation is not the devil

By Anthony Gooch / 5 February, 2019

Globalisation has been the whipping boy for all that is going wrong in these times of political uncertainty.

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Jair Bolsonaro, a challenge for the European Union

By Elena Lazarou / 8 January, 2019

Bolsonaro and his newly appointed Foreign Minister have clearly positioned themselves against globalism.

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Regulating global capitalism and re-establishing solidarity in Europe

By Pierre Defraigne / 19 December, 2018

EU treaties often impose unanimity in decision-making and the enlargement to the east further complicated things.

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