Piotr Buras - 05 September 2017
To defeat populism, liberals must have the courage to develop policies that combat discrimination and nationalism.
Piotr Buras - 24 August 2017
The return of the reparations debacle reveals how Poland’s international relations have been infected by PiS’ primitive approach to morality, history and sovereignty.
Joanna Hosa - 25 July 2017
As rifts appear in the ruling camp, the turmoil in Poland is far from over.
Tara Varma - 02 May 2017
A tumultuous election season has stirred up France's political landscape. While Macron seems likely to win, he needs to do so convincingly to create new stability.
François Godement - 25 April 2017
While commentators focused largely on negative aspects, France has seen an unprecedentedly pro-European electoral campaign.
Zsuzsanna Végh - 21 April 2017
The European Union must now belatedly press ahead with both legal and political procedures to halt Hungary’s illiberal course.
Sebastian Dullien & Jeremy Shapiro - 16 January 2017
It is time to recognize that the integrity of information is part of the critical infrastructure of liberal democracy.
Piotr Buras - 03 January 2017
The problem of Warsaw’s illiberalism is not just legal but deeply political.
Silvia Francescon & Giovanni Fedele - 02 December 2016
With Renzi declaring that he will resign if the electorate rejects his reforms, the referendum is now widely seen as a vote of confidence on the government itself.
Caroline de Gruyter - 21 October 2016
Europe must narrow the gap between urban and rural areas, otherwise radical populists will continue to flourish in neglected communities.
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