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  • Podcast
  • Security and the Left: Focus on Digitalisation

  • 11 Feb 22
  • The ongoing digitalisation of our lives has been greatly accelerated during the pandemic. While it provides solutions to challenges of our times and has become part of EU states’ response to the pandemic, the risks and threats to fundamental rights, such as privacy and protection from discrimination are there and cannot be overlooked.
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  • Analysis
  • Mattadraghismo

  • By Giovanni Russo Spena | 08 Feb 22
  • Italy's President Sergio Mattarella’s re-election has elicited a general sigh of relief on the part of those who trembled at the thought of a mediocre spectacle of ungovernability. Let us, however, analyse some significant open questions on Italy's institutional and social structures.
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  • Statement
  • For a German Security Policy in the Service of Peace

  • 01 Feb 22
  • In a statement issued by the WeltTrends Institute, notable German academics call on the German government to stop participating in the "escalation of the conflicts between NATO and Russia, currently centred on the Ukraine conflict".
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  • Analysis
  • What Strategy for the Left on Working From Home?

  • By Giorgos Charalambous | 01 Feb 22
  • Being in favour and against a shift to working from home is not a strictly oppositional binary but should rest on a coherent theory of emancipatory politics. A politics which takes into account different costs and benefits of telework faced by workers per sector, strata and workers' demands, argues Giorgos Charalambous.
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  • Speech
  • Sira Rego (The Left): "¡Arriba las que luchan!"

  • 24 Jan 22
  • ‘To those who fight!’ (”¡Arriba las que luchan!”), MEP Sira Rego (Izquierda Unida, Spain) said on 18 January in the plenary of the European Parliament (EP). Following the death of David Sassoli, the EP turned to the election of a new president. The Left’s candidate was Rego. Read her plenary speech in full.
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  • New Release
  • Post Rosa: Letters Against Barbarism

  • 19 Jan 22
  • Twenty “Luxemburgians” from across the globe engage in vivid correspondence, with reference to and reflections about Luxemburg and the times we live in, as understood through their own bodies and geopolitical locations, and informed by an epistemology of both head and heart.
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