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  • Europe's Left on the 100th Anniversary of Polish Independence
  • Self-Determination and the Future of Europe

  • 22 Feb 18
  • The hundredth anniversary of Poland gaining independence raises many emotions. Over the past two years the right-wing discourse, including on historical and contemporary issues, as well as the future of Poland in a Europe in crisis, has dominated in Poland.
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  • Serbia
  • “Studies of Socialism” – Radicalism for Radical Times

  • Vladimir Simović | 22 Feb 18
  • Over the course of 2017, the Belgrade-based Centre for the Politics of Emancipation (CPE), in cooperation with transform! europe and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation – Southeast Europe, established the “Studies of Socialism” educational programme with the aim of introducing young people in Serbia to radical left critical theories and practices.
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  • We mourn for
  • Javier Navascués (1957-2018)

  • 13 Feb 18
  • “Comunista y enamorao de la vida, o al revés” / “Communist and in love with life, or the other way around” (the way he presented himself in his facebook page).
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  • The Old-New Czech President

  • Jirí Málek | 31 Jan 18
  • On the last weekend of January – and with a record-high turnout of 66% of 8,363,000 registered voters – Czechs chose the man who will be President of the Czech Republic for the next five years.
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  • Report: 11th Annual Nicos Poulantzas Memorial Lecture with Angela Davis
  • “This Is an Era Defined by the Rise of Women”

  • Angelina Giannopoulou | 31 Jan 18
  • This year, Angela Davis, renowned academic and activist for civil, feminist and prisoners' rights, was asked to deliver a speech at the annual lecture in memory of political sociologist Nicos Poulantzas entitled “Abolition Feminism: Theories and Practices for Our Time”.
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  • Russian National Minority in Estonia
  • 26 Years of Apartheid and Ethnic Discrimination

  • Dmitri Suhoroslov | 25 Jan 18
  • With the proclamation of independence by Estonia in 1991, the Estonian political elite took action to prevent the Russian national minority from governing the country, depriving Russians of their political and civil rights. The Estonian Left needs the support of the European Left in its struggle for equality and human rights.
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  • Opinion
  • Change and Continuity in the Polish Government

  • Gavin Rae | 17 Jan 18
  • After two years in government, the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) has made some significant changes to the personnel of its government. Nevertheless, these changes are more designed to consolidate the government’s position, rather than signalling any significant alteration in its political course.
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  • “Can the EU still be saved?”
  • Call for Support: EuroMemorandum 2018

  • 16 Jan 18
  • This EuroMemorandum draws on discussions and papers presented at the 23rd Workshop on Alternative Economic Policy in Europe, organised by the EuroMemo Group in cooperation with the Department of Geography at Harokopio University and the Nicos Poulantzas Institute, from 28-30 September 2017 in Athens.
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  • Italian Left
  • #Power to the People

  • Roberto Morea | 11 Jan 18
  • The reconstruction process of the left in Italy has indicated a new benchmark. But to better understand the path, we must start out once again from the last European elections in 2014.
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