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Friedrich Engels, the underestimated

By Alexander Behrens / 26 November, 2020

Imagine there was an Oscar this year for the best supporting role in the history of ideas. And the winner would be this boy from Barmen: Friedrich Engels, the eternal second. The younger of the two “spiritual twins”. That humble gentleman who said of himself that he was only playing […]

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Driving Europe to a new era

By László Andor / 10 July, 2020

On the 1st of July, Germany took over the rotating presidency of the EU Council. For some, and especially for the readers of the late sociologist Ulrich Beck, the significance of this might be questionable.

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It is time for the courage to show solidarity!

By Gesine Schwan / 4 May, 2020

German SPD do not have a reputation for being particularly solidary or fair towards our neighbours. Now, they have a new chance to prove that reputation wrong.

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The SPD approach to arms exports: value-driven and pragmatic

By Nils Schmid / 15 July, 2019

The German ban on weapon exports to Saudi Arabia: a huge success for the German Social Democrats.

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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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Germany’s social democrats

By Fedor Ruhose / 19 May, 2017

Schulz’s presence did give a boost to his party.

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