Romanians will surely sleep better knowing that the European Commission is watching the developments with “caution and concern” as the Romanian government attacks the fundaments of Romanian democracy. Needless to say, the Social Democrats are […]
The Dutch politicial class seems to be learning quickly: If democracy becomes a problem for the EU, then bin democracy. Read here
Often forgotten is the number of Blairites still in the Labour party. This reactionary group receives a great amount of support from the Guardian, which is a prominent platform for Blair. It is a group […]
Sometimes one has the impression that beyond a few starry eyed adolescents the only people who are passionale about the EU are those receiving their paychecks from it. Read here
Torn between centre-left respectability and anti-establishment protest, the Italian radical left struggles to devise a coherent and appealing political project Paolo Chiocchetti, Fellow of the Robert Schuman Institute of European Affairs, University of Luxembourg and […]
The justice systems in many European nations have little to do with justice, serving the interests of those in power. Portugal is no exception. João Paulo Batalha is a social activist and founding member of […]
Yes, it still exists: Hard-hitting, persistent, methodic confrontation of politicians by journalists.
Neo-liberalism is out to get the young. They are especially vulnerable. They have little experience in self-organisation and do not vote. Greece is the victim of German neo-liberalsim, Britain’s current situtation is the result of […]