President Macron’s dreams of a peaceful Christmas were dashed as striking workers rejected his plea for a holiday truce, during what has become the longest continuous strike in 30 years – longer than the victorious struggle of 1995.
Experts saw it coming – it was inevitable: The neo-liberal discourse that private is better. It is pernicious. The question is when the British will stop voting for Tory ideology and hoping a fairytale will […]
Yiannis Βaboulias: “Orientalising” Greece in the international press and how we’re missing the coming threat.
This is a pan-European problem, unfortunatley reported in a national perspective. Read here
LSE EUROPP: Ideology in times of crisis: Is the left-right divide still relevant in the European Parliament?
Nicolo Fraccaroli and Anatole Cheysson ask whether we may see a re-emergence of left-right politics as Eurosceptic parties increase their presence in the European Parliament. Read here