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The Israeli right: authoritarianism and ethnic supremacy

By Roee Kibrik / 13 January, 2021

To understand Israel properly, one must get to know the political right, its characteristics, components, and the changes it has undergone in recent years. The right has been in power since 1977, save for the brief terms of Yitzhak Rabin (1974–77, 1992–95) and Ehud Barak (1999-2001) as prime ministers. It […]

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Bergkamen: A model for cities run by Social Democrats?

By Roland Schafer / 11 June, 2018

Many of the policies put in place in Bergkamen are a real success story.

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European Social Democracy must re-invent itself

By Martin Winkler / 3 January, 2018

Social democratic parties find themselves in a deep crisis, losing ground in setting the political agenda and organisational power.

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Socialist values and the EU

By Péter Balázs / 24 December, 2017

The greatest challenges of our age from a European perspective are specified and listed by the European Union or defined by its member countries in the EU context.

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Catalonia: The moment for politics, the moment for dialogue

By Esther Niubó / 12 December, 2017

Catalonia is experiencing a time of unprecedented political and social tension, the result of the irresponsibility of two governments

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Portugal’s left wing coalition government is delivering stability and growth

By Ana Catarina Mendes / 23 November, 2017

Stability and growth : a clear victory of Portugal’s political alternative over the dominant negative outlook in the European Union

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Portugal’s left-wing success story

By Pedro Nuno Santos / 23 November, 2017

It was therefore a historical and communication challenge that had to be surpassed in order to build bridges between all the left wing parties.

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Better work-life balance: Productive for businesses and employees

By George Pirinski / 15 November, 2017

MEP Georgi Pirinski argues that the benefits of the new legal proposal include boosting business competitiveness.

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Stabilitocracy is not democracy

By Miloš Đajić / 14 July, 2017

All this is a confirmation that no one in the EU is bothered with the country’s return of autocracy.

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Europe has to be truly social and more democratic

By Karl-Heinz Lambertz / 4 July, 2017

We need to find common solutions involving every level of governance and the citizens themselves.

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