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  • The Variable Geometry of the Left

  • Walter Baier | 06 Jul 18
  • Despite moderate growth rates, the EU isn’t well. While the social disparities within and between the individual states continue to grow, it has opted for an increase of its military expenditures and tries to make up its obvious lack of internal cohesion with an ever more aggressive policy against migrants and refugees.
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  • EU And East-Europeans. Czech Republic As An Example
  • From Love To Hate

  • Viera Hudečková | 06 Jul 18
  • An article by Viera Hudečková based on an intervention made at The International Conference “Another EU is necessary and possible” organised by the Party of the European Left on the 12th of May 2018, Sofia, Bulgaria.
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  • An Internationalist Answer

  • 25 Jun 18
  • Speech by Gregor Gysi, President of the European Left, held at the Federal Party Congress in Leipzig, 9 June 2018, on the dispute on refugees and migration.
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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?

The political system of Spain has been changed after the December 2015 elections.