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The EU: A ‘holding environment’ for social investment reform?

By Anton Hemerijck / 8 November, 2017

Social investment is about long term investment in social policies.

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Serbian Elections: Victory of Regional (In)stability

By Nikola Burazer / 13 July, 2017

The question of how will Vučić react to increasing pressure at home remains open.

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Can the next European elections actually be about choosing alternative scenarios?

By Robert Ladrech / 4 July, 2017

The short answer is ‘yes’ but this requires a fundamental shift in terms of the alignment of national policies and politics with EU policy competences. At present, in most EU Member States, European elections are considered by the mainstream parties of the centre-left and centre-right as the ‘poor cousin’ of […]

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Can Progressives lead towards the establishment of a new kind of political coalition for the EU?

By Luciano Bardi / 4 July, 2017

European elections should also be about choosing alternative scenarios.

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Efficiency and equity: Implications for a new pattern of European integration

By Paolo Guerrieri / 4 July, 2017

We need some form of deeper Eurozone integration, to mutualise and share risks.

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Where and why do we need policy coordination in Europe?

By Catalin Dragomirescu-Gaina / 20 June, 2017

A heterogeneous environment in general leads to coordination problems.

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The Great Call of China

By Vassilis Ntousas / 6 June, 2017

A grand project that aims to weave much of Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East

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Austrian progressives can breathe a brief sigh of relief, but the real fight has only just begun

By Sebastian Schublach / 14 December, 2016

The far right winning 46.2 per cent of the vote in Austria’s presidential election can hardly be seen as cause for celebration. The final results are in: Alexander Van der Bellen will be the next president of Austria with 53.8 per cent of the vote. Compared to the first runoff […]

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US Elections: The Post-Policy Campaign

By Ken Gude / 14 September, 2016

Trump’s campaign is built on the slogan, Make America Great Again, but he has offered no details about how he would actually do it

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The populism tracker : the new progpost partnership

By admin / 12 July, 2016

The Populism Tracker of The Progressive Post aims at becoming the most comprehensive rubrique investigating the trends of populism in all the countries of the European Union. The website is operated by FEPS and Policy Solutions. Go to spotlights > Populism tracker

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