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  • Michael Köhlmeier Speech in Vienna
  • “We Have to Call a Spade a Spade!”

  • 09 May 18
  • Speech by the Austrian writer Michael Köhlmeier, held on 5 May before members of the Austrian government and other invited guests on the occasion of the anniversary of the liberation of the Mauthausen concentration camp.
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  • A spectre is haunting Europe, the spectre of neoliberal deregulation, privatisation and competition
  • The French Case: Macron vs. Railway Unions

  • Antoine de Cabanes | 02 May 18
  • Emmanuel Macron is confronted with the strongest social mobilisations in France since his election. Even though these mobilisations are heterogeneous and gather a large variety of struggles, they were originally triggered by Macron’s rail reform which embodies the President’s harsh neoliberal agenda.
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OHNISKO

Though May 2019 is not so far, many developments can change the course of the European left during the following months. Political upheavals may turn upside down the various strategies and convergences may pop up.

New social actors pose new challenges to organisational structures for political action.

Can right-wing parties with a nationalist and populist agenda come into power even in the core of the EU? Of which character is the challenge they are posing to the Left?