Posts Tagged ‘Populism’

Political Briefing #28/2017

Negotiations for Brexit continue, while the French elections present a fragmented scenario, with the socialist candidate Hamon being left behind according to recent pools. This and other news about th...

Ideas Monitor #8/2017

In this week's IM: the populism as a threat to the liberal institutions and the clash between the IMF and the EU institutions on the sustainability of the greek debt....

Political Briefing #94/2016

The rise of populist parties continues to be one of the main concerns of European politicians and institutional leaders. Brexit continues to make the headline across Europe and the debates on austerit...

Ideas Monitor #6/2017

In this week’s IM: discussions on the destiny of the EU, the ongoing tensions within the Labour party, and the intellectual debate on populism. ...

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 #83/2016

European mainstream parties and institutions are close to coming apart at the seams because of the rise of radical and populist forces. The refugee crisis remains one of the most pressing issues in Eu...

Political Briefing #30/2017

UK Prime Minister Theresa May announces snap elections in June; meanwhile, EU focus is directed to the upcoming elections in Germany and France. This and more news about Brexit and populism in our tod...

Political Briefing #18/2017

A top EU official claimed that the next Rome Summit will submit ideas of unity, and not disintegration. In other news: Dutch elections, the Brexit debate, the relations between Poland and the EU and t...

Ideas Monitor #42/2016

This week’s intellectual debate is dominated by the European reactions to Donald Trump’s electoral victory and the interpretations of the populist moment....

Political Briefing #92/2016

The election of Donald Trump as the next president of the USA has triggered many political reactions across EU, casting a new light on European populist parties. Meanwhile, the refugee crisis and Brex...

Unstormed heavens?

Moving across levels of analysis and using a clear and accessible language, Ignacio Torreblanca analyses the origins, developments and likely future of the Podemos party in a must-read volume for all ...

Political Briefing #1/2017

Populist politics is back under the spotlight, with Marine Le Pen arguing that the political conflict between “left” and “right” belongs to the past and the Five Star Movement (M5S) deciding t...

Political Briefing #103/2016

The refugee crisis continues to be one of the main concerns of the European political class, while the politics of austerity is back under the spotlight....

Political Briefing #99/2016

Italian voters rejected the constitutional reform proposed by Prime minister Matteo Renzi, who resigned. Meanwhile, in Austria, the former Green party member, Van der Bellen, won the Presidential elec...

Political Briefing #95/2016

The rise of far right parties across Europe continues to be one of the main concerns for EU politicians. In other news, the refugee crisis makes the headlines across Europe and the ECB’s monetary po...

Ideas Monitor #40/2016

This week IM focuses on the future of the EU, reactions to the UK High Court’s ruling and the relations between Turkey and the EU....

Ideas Monitor #7/2015

The rise of the far-right in France and the need for a social investment package in Europe are the main topics at the centre of this week’s European intellectual debates. ...