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  • Presidential Elections in Slovakia

  • By Jirí Málek , František Škvrnda | 24 May 19
  • Zuzana Čaputová, the candidate of the non-parliamentary neoliberal party ‘Progressive Slovakia’, has won the second round of presidential elections with 58% of votes. Čaputová is the first woman to become president and, at age 45, is the youngest president in the history of Slovakia.
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  • Conference Report
  • Historical Materialism – Welcome to Athens

  • By Kerem Schamberger | 23 May 19
  • After London, Sydney, New York, Beirut, Montreal, and Toronto, the Historical Materialism Conference was held in Southern Europe for the first time. From 2 to 5 May, hundreds of people met in the Greek capital to discuss resistance and strategy in times of crisis. A report follows, with particular focus on critical communication studies.
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  • Analysis
  • Brexit: the back story

  • By Andrew Burgin , Kate Hudson | 19 Apr 19
  • On 23 June 2016, the electorate of the United Kingdom and Gibraltar voted to decide if the country should remain a member of, or leave, the European Union. The referendum was a Conservative Party manifesto commitment in the general election of May 2015. The Prime Minister and leader of the...
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  • transform! europe's new observer organization
  • R-komplex

  • 18 Apr 19
  • Recently, transform! europe could welcome R-komplex as new observer organization. Read about R-kompleX presenting itself.
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  • Comment
  • Brexit Crisis

  • 17 Apr 19
  • Brexit is an enormous political crisis, and the UK is in parliamentary deadlock. At the moment, there is no majority either for leaving or staying. Repeated votes are taken on a range of options on a regular basis but only opposition to a No Deal Brexit has commanded a majority. A brief overview on the current developments follows.
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