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Political parties in the time of Covid

By Luciano Bardi / 29 March, 2021

The Covid pandemic has exacerbated political parties’ separation from society and their ensuing loss of representativeness. Depending on whether they are in government or opposition, they have been transformed into representatives of the government in society or behind-the-scenes fomenters of societal discontent. Differences across parties thus depend more on their […]

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Women’s and LGBTQ+ rights: authoritarian’s ugly face revealed during Covid19

By Caroline Hickson / 3 June, 2020

Europeans need to fight two viruses, simultaneously and equally vehemently: the new coronavirus, and the political virus which is attacking our fundamental rights and our democracies.

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European Parliament: illiberal take-over is not on the cards

By Tobias Gerhard Schminke / 25 January, 2019

There are fears that the illiberal right-wing might take over in the 2019 European Election.

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Disabilities attacks in Italy….Stay tuned

By Laura Coccia / 24 January, 2019

The assistance, care and integration into education and employment of people with disabilities is not the concern of just one nucleus, but of the whole community.

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Powerless Arguments: Demagogue and Populist Language

By Robert Feustel / 28 October, 2018

We have to find other ways of dealing with right-wing demagogue communication  patterns.

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Matteo Salvini, the anti-immigration storyteller of Italian politics

By Eleonora Poli / 28 October, 2018

The anti-immigration narrative is granting him even more influence.

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“The left remains too often fixated on denouncing issues, without providing any creative solutions”

By Jean-Michel Lafleur / 28 October, 2018

An interview by Alain Bloëdt, with Jean-Michel Lafleur about how much nationalist parties have succeeded to frame the migration debate, while the left has remained too sluggish.

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How can progressives reclaim action in times of growing right-wing populism? Study case in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany

By Christian Krell / 27 October, 2018

Based on comparative analysis in these four countries, Christian Krell, Henri Möllers and Niklas Ferch proposed five strategies to change this alarming situation.

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George Soros and Viktor Orbán: The battle between progressivism and populism

By Tamas Boros / 27 October, 2018

According to Tamás Boros, the reality of the past years, particularly in Hungary, showed that this logic was flawed.

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