Posts Tagged ‘Democracy’

Four options for the democratic future of the EU

The Euro-crisis, migration crisis and the Brexit have been catalysts for a vibrant debate on a democratic future of the EU. Politicians and academics have contributed to this debate defending blueprin...

Ideas Monitor #41/2016

Last week’s debate was dominated by Donald Trump’s electoral victory. We focus on its impact on the European Union and on its meaning for both the neoliberal and social paradigms....

Political Briefing #48/2016

“I think if I were from Britain I would probably [...] I would not want it, I would want to go back to the different system”. (Donald Trump, Republican candidate for 2016 U.S. Presidential electio...

Political Briefing #10/2016

“A clueless political personnel, in denial of the systemic nature of the crisis, is pursuing policies akin to carpet-bombing the economy of proud European nations in order to save them”. (Yanis Va...

Ideas Monitor #37/2016

This week we look at the widespread criticisms directed at “hard Brexiteers”, and the challenge of right-wing movements in Europe....

Ideas Monitor #6/2016

This week’s intellectual debate has been dominated by the discussion on the state of the European Union; the need for more democracy in the EU; and the Brexit referendum....

Ideas Monitor #36/2016

This week we look at post-liberal tendencies in Eastern Europe, the case for representative democracy and and the potential solutions to the European socio-economic crisis....

Ideas Monitor #4/2016

Is the Schengen Agreement still a viable framework for the management of immigration flows? It’s just one of the main questions at the centre of the European intellectual debate of this week....

Political Briefing #29/2016

“Either Europe’s mainstream parties [...] start thinking seriously about ways to build entirely new kinds of broad-based coalitions. Or they don’t, in which case the outcome could be real politi...