Why defence isn’t merely a matter of military security and the ‘peace’ and ‘justice for Ukraine’ advocates are much more similar than they’d like to admit.
Lessons from progressives in Europe and North America
How can the progressive camp respond to the poly crisis? This was the central question addressed by top international politicians at the Progressive Governance Summit in Berlin.
Media around the world have reported on the Progressive Governance Summit in Berlin.
How populism and the twin shocks of 2016 have, at the same time, bolstered and smothered EU incentives for more social integration
Key takeaways with Klára Dobrev & Anikó Gregor
Europe Takes Part! launches new funding module
We need visions of the future that unify and integrate democracies on their way forward
The balance of political forces in the US and Europe still favour the 1%
In this blog post for the Progressive Governance Digital Summit 2021, Cas Mudde proposes three stretegies for fighting right-wing populism. On the one hand, it has been refreshing to have a year without a global obsession about “populism”. On the other hand, COVID-19 has demonstrated how vulnerable even the most advanced democracies and welfare states …
The trick is to direct resources – human and economic – into local campaigning that fills the information void
Debating the Future of European Cultural Policy – and the Role Digital Spaces Could Play